Lucille Lortel

Producer, Performer

Female

Born: 1901

Died: April 4, 1999

Lucille Lortel, dubbed "Queen of Off-Broadway" for her early and continuing efforts to produce and promote new or underappreciated playwrights in Manhattan's smaller-venue professional theatres, died April 4, 1999, at New York Presbyterian Hospital after a brief illness.
 

Roles

Playbill Cover - A Walk in the Woods A Walk in the Woods
Feb. 28, 1988 - Jun. 26, 1988
Producer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Sarafina! Sarafina!
Jan. 28, 1988 - Jul. 2, 1989
Produced in Association with
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Blood Knot Blood Knot
Dec. 10, 1985 - Mar. 2, 1986
Producer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - As Is As Is
May 1, 1985 - Jan. 4, 1986
Producer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Angels Fall Angels Fall
Jan. 22, 1983 - Mar. 13, 1983
Producer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - A Streetcar Named Desire A Streetcar Named Desire
Oct. 1, 1973 - Nov. 18, 1973
Produced in association with
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - I Knock at the Door I Knock at the Door
Sep. 29, 1957 - Nov. 10, 1957
Producer
(Original)
 
Threepenny Opera
Sep. 20, 1955 - Dec. 17, 1961
Produced In Association With
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - The Man Who Reclaimed His Head The Man Who Reclaimed His Head
Sep. 8, 1932 - Oct. 1, 1932
Maid Performer
(Original)
 
One Man's Woman
May 25, 1926 - Jun. 1, 1926
Clara Rathboone Performer
(Original)
 
The Dove
Aug. 24, 1925 - Oct. 1, 1925
Inez Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Two by Two Two by Two
Feb. 23, 1925 - Mar. 7, 1925
Part of the Marriage License Bureau Performer
(Original)
 
 

Awards


Outer Critics Circle

Year Category Production Winner/Nominee
1994 Special Award Winner

Theatre World

Year Category Production Winner/Nominee
1985 Theatre World Special Award Winner
 
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