Theatre of the Eye Repertory Company
Theatre of the Eye
Tom Eyen began Theater of the Eye in 1964. The company's first production was "Little Miss Frustrata, or The Dirty Little Girl with the Paper Rose Stuck in Her Head is Demented". The company toured Italy. In May 1969, the company presented "The Dirtiest Show in Town", which went on to play the West End in London. Eyen later wrote "Dreamgirls" for Broadway.
William Duffy (), Lamar Alford (), David Baker Jr (), Theon Banos (), Maggie Benson (), William Duffy (), Enid Edelman (), Suzanne Gilbert (), Ellen Gurin (), Arthur Hill (), Dan Mason (), Mary Mitchell (), Norman O'Connor (), Mark Russel (), Jane Sanford (), Carole Silon (), Karole Kaye Stevenson (), Fred Travalena (), Elsa Tresko (), Duke Weil (), Helen Hanft (), Roz Kelly (), Madeline Leroux (), Brad Riley (), Peter Cornell (), Tom Eyen ()
White Whore And The Bit Player, The (1971), Sarah B. Divine! (1967), Four No Plays by Tom Eyen (1969), Moments from "Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down," "Who Killed My Bald Sister Sophie?" and "The Four No Plays" (1969), Theatre of the Eye Workshop Production of "Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down" (1970), Caution: A Love Story (1969), Eye in New York (1969), What is Making Gilda So Gray? (1970), Dirtiest Show In Town, The (1970), Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down (1971), White Whore and the Bit Player, The (1973c), Miss Nefertiti Regrets (1973), Why Hanna's Skirt Won't Stay Down (Top of the Village Gate, 1974), Give My Regards To Off-Off Broadway (1987)