ART
ANDREAS
T
EUBER


Department of Philosophy
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA 02254

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


POETS'
THEATRE
PRODUCTIONS
1987 - 1994



POETS' THEATRE PRODUCTIONS 1987-88



  • AN ENTERTAINMENT at the JFK Library
    Poetry, music, and drama by Seamus Heaney, Samuel Beckett, Mary Manning, Grant Keener,W. B. Yeats, and Richard Wilbur (with Seamus Heaney, Robin Howard, Kate Maguire, Etain O'Malley, John Mansfield, Lois Smith, directed by Andreas Teuber (September 24 at the JFK Library at Columbia Point, Boston)

  • MY UNCLE'S DREAM by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    Translated and adapted by Vlada Petric and Robert Evans (with Martha Fehsenfeld. Jerome Kilty, Mary Manning, John Mansfield, Etain O'Malley, Dossy Peabody, Jane Quincy, and Andreas Teuber). (Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 16)

  • AN EVENING WITH JOSEPH BRODSKY
    Poetry and drama with Brodsky, Seamus Heaney, Wallace Shawn, and Derek Walcott, directed by Andreas Teuber (February 15 at the Loeb Drama Center)

  • AN EVENING AT SANDOVE by James Merrill
    With Merrill, Leah Doyle, and Peter Hooten. (April 25 at the Hasty Pudding Theater, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge)

  • THE LOSS OF THE SCHOONER KESTREL
    By Richard Morris Dey (with Richard Dey, William Cavness, and John Mansfield); poetry by Ai. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 18)


  • POETS' THEATRE PRODUCTIONS 1988-89



  • BLUES By John Hersey
    With Robert Brustein, Jerome Kilty, and Kathryn Walker, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber (August 28 at the Katherine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven)

  • THE T. S. ELIOT CENTENNIAL
    With William Alfred, Robert Brustein, William Cavness, Stockard Channing, Amy Clampitt, William Corbett, Virginia Eskin, Robert Giroux, Peter Gomes, Donald Hall, Stephen Hanan, Anthony Hecht, Jerome Kilty, Andrew Osborn, Robert Pinsky, Christopher Ricks, Paul Schmidt, Roger Shattuck, Sandra Shipley, Derek Walcott, Kathryn Walker, Rosanna Warren, Sam Waterston, and Irene Worth, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber (December 5 at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts)

  • THE THREE OF US by Amy Clampitt
    staged reading of a new work, directed by Andreas Teuber (February 12 at the Lyric Theatre in Boston)

  • ABOUT TO BEGIN by Jerome Kilty
    A staged reading of a new work. (February 27 at the American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts)

  • LIAM CLANCY AND FRIENDS
    An evening of Irish poetry (of Yeats, Joyce, and several contemporary Irish writers) and song, featuring Liam Clancy of the Clancy Brothers, directed by Andreas Teuber (March 5 at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge)

  • UNDER MILK WOOD By Dylan Thomas
    With Kathy Cramer, Delwen Evans, Megan Evans, Dudley Evans, Malcolm Harris, Pam Hopkins, Gerald Roderick, Sandie Rouch, Ken Thomas, Norma Thomas, and John Rhys Thomas. (March 31 and April 1 at Agassiz Theatre in Cambridge)

  • AN EVENING WITH REYNOLDS PRICE
    With Reynolds Price and Kathryn Walker, April 21, Lamont Poetry Room, Harvard University, Cambridge

  • AN EVENING OF SAMUEL BECKETT
    Ohio Impromptu, That Time, and A Piece of Monologue plus the world premiere of Beckett's latest work, Stirrings Still (with David Warrilow). (April 26 at the MFA)

  • AN EVENING WITH RICHARD WILBUR
    An evening of poetry and scenes from Wilbur's translations of Racine and Moliere with Richard Wilbur and Holly Cate, Jospeh Costa, Stephen Hanan, Frances West, and Kathryn Walker, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber. (May 8 at Agassiz Theatre in Cambridge)

  • IN THE COMPANY OF POETS: A WILLIAM ALFRED ANTHOLOG
    An evening of poetry from Chaucer to the present, selected and introduced by William Alfred and read by Stockard Channing, Bill Murray, Brian Doyle Murray, Christopher Reeve, Frances West, and Kathryn Walker. (May 16 at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge)



  • POETS' THEATRE PRODUCTIONS 1989-90



  • SISTER AND MISS LEXIE
    Stories of Eudora Welty, adapted for the stage, with Brenda Currin, directed by David Kaplan, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

  • 26 BARS by Kenward Elmslie
    Imaginary tour of drinking establishments from the Amazon Club to Zanzibars, with Kenward Elmslie, projected drawings by Donna Dennis, music by Steven Taylor, directed by Andreas Teuber, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

  • A TRIBUTE TO ANNA AKHMATOVA
    The poetry of a Akhmatova in English and Russian, with Joseph Brodsky, Alla Demidova, Judith Hemschemeyer, Cherry Jones, Anatoly Naiman, Franklin Reeve, Sandra Shipley, and others, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge

  • STREETSONGS
    Songs of theatrical renown, with Geraldine Fitzgerald, musical arrangements by Stanley Wietryzchowski. Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge

  • UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan Thomas
    With the Dylan Thomas Society of Great Britain, with Kathy Cramer, Delwen Evans, Megan Evans, Dudley Evans, Malcolm Harris, Gerald Roderick, Sandie Rouch, Ken Thomas, Norma Thomas, John Rhys Thomas, directed by John Rhys Thomas, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge

  • AN INTERRUPTED LIFE - THE DIARIES OF ETTY HILLESUM
    With Ilona Ricardo, introduced by Aharon Appelfeld, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber, Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline

  • A TRIBUTE TO FRANK O'HARA
    With John Ashbery, Deborah Fortson, Kenward Elmslie. Kenneth Koch, Joe LeSueur, Maureen O'Hara, Arnold Weinstein, and others, music by Ned Rorem, Virgil Thomson, Elizabeth Swados, Rodney Lister, and others, under the direction of Gunther Schuller, arranged by Rodney Lister and staged by Andreas Teuber, First Congegational Church, Cambridge

  • THESE PEOPLE - VOICES FOR THE STAGE by Lloyd Schwartz
    With Jonathan Epstein, David Gullette, Joan Tolentino, Steve Vineberg, projected paintings by Ralph Hamilton, directed by Lloyd Schwartz, Emerson Studio Theatre, Boston



  • POETS THEATRE PRODUCTIONS 1990-91



  • KEATS
    Written by and starring Paul Harris, AGASSIZ THEATRE, Cambridge

  • THE WORDS AND MUSIC OF PAUL BOWLES
    With Debra Winger, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Advance Screening of The Sheltering Sky, Harvard Square Movie Theater, Cambridge, World Premiere screening of the documentary Pail Bowles: The Complete Outsider, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge

  • MOZART'S LETTERS
    A stage adaptation by Andreas Teuber of Mozart's Letter to celebrate the bicentennial of Mozart's birth, REMIS AUDITORIUM, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

  • THE FEVER by Wallace Shawn
    Starring Wallace Shawn, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge

  • LOCKED IN by Aharon Appelfeld
    A staged reading of Appelfeld's first play, in association with the Jewish Theatre of New England, translated and directed by Andreas Teuber

  • VOICES FROM OUR PAST
    Dramatic readings from the diaries, letters, sermons, meditations and poetry of the earliest American vocies, with Bltythe Danner and John Heard, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber

  • THE LONG HAUL by Erica Funkhouser
    a staged reading directed by David Wheeler, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge

  • AN EVENING WITH ALLEN GINSBERG
    Poems by Allen Ginsberg, and a commemorative reading of "Howl," with Allen Ginsberg, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge



  • POETS' THEATRE PRODUCTIONS 1991 -92



  • OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY by Jerry Sterner
    directed by Richard Jenkins; with Jack Willis, William Damkoehler, Anne Scurria, William Cain, and Barbara Orson. Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • MONSTER IN A BOX by Spalding Gray
    Performed by Spalding Gray; directed by Renee Shafransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • JOYICITY
    Adapted by Ulick O'Connor from James Jooyce's Finnegan's Wake directed by Caroline FitzGerald; with Vincent O'Neill, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • VOICES FROM OUR PAST:
    The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay An Anthology of Early American Writing
    conceived & directed by Andreas Teuber, with Julie Harris and William Cain, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

  • A PORTRAIT OF SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN
    With Claire Bloom, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • MOZART'S LETTERS
    Adapted for the stage by Andreas Teuber, with Jeremy Geidt and Bronia Wheeler, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

  • THEATER OF THE AIR
    Written and conceived by The Flying Karamazov Brothers, with The Flying Karamazov Brothers, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • JACKIE: AN AMERICAN LIFE
    Written and directed by Gip Hoppe, with Richard Snee, Jeremiah Kissel, Chloe Leamon, Jeanne Montano, Susan Winslow, Diego Archniegas, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • DYLAN THOMAS: RETURN JOURNEY
    Directed by Anthony Hopkins, with Bob Kingdom, Agassiz Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts



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