Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune - Off-Broadway Creative Team

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Production Staff

Terrence McNally Playwright
Steven Baruch Producer
Paul Benedict Director
Richard Frankel Producer
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John Gromada Sound Designer
John Gromada (Composer/Sound Designer) has composed music or designed sound for more 40 Broadway productions, including All My Sons, Torch Song, The Elephant Man, The Trip to Bountiful with Cicely Tyson (Tony nomination), Gore Vidal's The Best Man (Drama Desk Award), Clybourne Park, Seminar, Man and Boy, The Columnist, Next Fall, A Bronx Tale, Prelude to a Kiss, Proof, A Streetcar Named Desire, Twelve Angry Men, and the original A Few Good Men. His other New York credits include Amy and the Orphans, Bruce Norris' Domesticated, Old Hats, Measure for Measure (Delacorte Theater), The Orphans? Home Cycle (Drama Desk ... read more
Margo Lion Producer
Lion is best known for her role in producing Hairspray. Originally, Lion worked in politics, but after spending three years at the University of Iowa's Playwrights Workshop where her former husband, Ted Nemeth, was a graduate student, Lion's focus turned from education to her earlier interest in theater. Lion's cousin, MacArthur Award recipient and director/choreographer Martha Clarke, introduced Lion to Lyn Austin from whom she learned the ropes with Austin's not-for-profit company, Music-Theater Group/Lenox Arts Center. The first musical Lion produced on Broadway was Jelly's Last Jam, based on Jelly Roll Morton and the origins of jazz. Other notable Broadway credits include Angels in ... read more
David Noling Lighting Designer
James Noone Scenic Designer
Pamela Singer Production Stage Manager
Thomas Viertel Producer
David C. Woolard Costume Designer

Awards and Nominations

1988 Obie Awards
Performance: Kathy Bates won.

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