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ANDREAS
T
EUBER


Department of Philosophy
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA 02254

tel: (781) 736-2787
fax: (781) 736-8562

e-mail: teuber@binah.cc.brandeis.edu


THEATRE
& FILM
CREDITS




ANDREAS TEUBER is the Founding Director of the Cambridge Theatre Company in residence at the Hasty Pudding Theater. He has overseen all the Theatre's productions at the Hasty Pudding since the Theatre's inception, including the highly successful productions of Marvin's Room andOther People's Money.

As a director, he has directed many productions, including the world premiere of Hungarian playwright Julius Hay's The Horse with Diana Quick and Maria Aitken and Sean O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars with Tammy Ustinov at the Oxford Playhouse in England. For the CTC he directed Julie Harris and George Grizzard in A. R. Gurney's Love Letters and Lindsay Crouse, Wallace Shawn, Alan Rachins, and Julie Harris in a radio theatre production of Richard Nelson's Some Americans Abroad.

In 1987 he helped to found and launch the newly revived Poets' Theatre for which he produced and directed more than thirty productions, working with, among others, Claire Bloom, Stockard Channing, Blythe Danner, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Stephen Hanan, Julie Harris, John Heard, Bill Murray, Christopher Reeve, Lois Smith, Sam Waterston, Debra Winger, and Irene Worth. In 1991 he directed Blythe Danner and Sam Waterston in Duets from Shakespeare in New York.

Before turning to producing and directing, he acted for two seasons at the Provincetown Playhouse, where he played, among other roles, Edmund in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night.

His film credits include Mephistopheles in the Columbia Pictures film of DOCTOR FAUSTUS with Richard Burton as Faustus and Elizabeth Taylor as Helen of Troy.

His television credits include the title role in the N.E.T. Playhouse production of JESUS: A PASSION PLAY FOR AMERICANS, directed by the late Timothy Mayer, I SPY and THE BIG VALLEY.

He helped to conceive and write Milos Forman's first American film, TAKING OFF. He is the author of two adaptations: VOICES FROM OUR PAST: An Anthology of Early American Writing, which he directed with Blythe Danner and John Heard in 1991; and MOZART'S LETTERS which was performed thoughout the country in the year of the Mozart Bicentennial by members of the Alley Theatre in Houston, by members of the Milwaukee Rep in Milwaukee, by actors from the A.C.T. in San Francisco, and from the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis/St. Paul.




 

 

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