Department of Philosophy
Brandeis University
Waltham, MA 02254

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THE CAMBRIDGE THEATRE COMPANY is a not-for-profit theatre company in residence at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Harvard Square, dedicated to offering audiences the finest contemporary plays in productions that represent vibrant collaborations among leading actors, playwrights, directors, and designers.

The Cambridge Theatre Company's productions at the Hasty Pudding have included Jerry Sterner's Other People's Money, Scott McPherson's Marvin's Room, directed by David Petrarca, the world premiere of A. R. Gurney's The Fourth Wall with Tony Roberts and Kelly Bishop, Park Your Car In Harvard Yard with E. G. Marshall and Maryann Plunkett, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Sally Kellerman and David Ayckroyd, A. R. Gurney's Love Letters with Julie Harris and George Grizzard, the world premiere of Spalding Gray's Gray's Anatomy, the world premiere of Claire Bloom's Sisters, Wives, and Daughters: New Portraits of Shakespeare's Women, and Shakespeare's Women in Love, and the Boston premieres of Yiddle with a Fiddle starring Emily Loesser, Brian Bedford's The Lunatic, the Lover, and The Poet, The Flying Karamazov's Juggle & Hyde and earlier this year: Joyce Carol Oates' Cry Me A River and Jackie Mason's Much Ado About Everything.

Spalding Gray's Gray's Antomy, which the CTC developed with Spalding Gray in 1992, opened on Broadway in the Fall of 1993 and was recently made into a featured film.. The Flying Karamazov Brothers' Juggle & Hyde, which the CTC also developed and premiered, opened in London's West End at the Criterion Theatre in 1994 and ran on Broadway as The Flying Karamazov Brothers Do the Impossible in the Fall of 1995.

The CTC production of Yiddle with a Fiddle moved from Boston to Florida, opening at the Parker Playhouse in Ft. Lauderdale in January of 1995 and at the Royal Poinciana in Palm Beach in February of that same year. The CTC production of Bill W. & Dr. Bob, about the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, starring Jack Willis and Michael Balcanoff in the title roles under David Wheeler's direction moved from Boston to San Diego, running in June and July of 1995 at the Lyceum Theatre in San Diego

The Cambridge Theatre Company's production of Jackie: An American Life, which ran at the Wilbur Theatre in downtown Boston and at the Hasty Pudding in 1996, opened in New York on Broadway on the 10th of November, 1997 and opened in London's West End in October of 1998. The Cambridge Theatre Company's revival of Kander's Ebb's musical Cabaret was listed by both The Boston Globe and The Boston Phoenixin their year-end round-ups as the "Number One Show of the Year" in 1997 and this year won the Eliott Norton Award for Best Theatrical Production of 1997.

And two productions which the Cambridge Theatre Company first produced and developed at the Hasty Pudding, both in 1997, Jackie Mason in Much Ado About Everything and Valerie Harper in All Under Heaven, opened in November (1998) in London and New York respectively.


Rene Auberjonois
Claire Bloom
Stockard Channing
Lindsay Crouse
Blythe Danner
Peter Falk
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Peter Gerety
Julie Harris
John Heard
Sally Kellerman
James Naughton
Bill Murray
Christopher Reeve
Wallace Shawn
Sandra Shipley
Lois Smith
Jerry Stiller
Sam Waterston
Fritz Weaver
Debra Winger
Irene Worth
Harris Yulin


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