Steve Whitson


S. J. Whitson, Steve Whetson, Steve Witson
"Steve recently toured Europe with the La Mama Troupe. He is a student of comparative literature at Brooklyn College and has been working at La Mama since October, 1966. He also studied theatre lighting design under Miss Laura Rambaldi."

Cast bios for "Fischer" (1968) [OBJ.1968.0014]
Maids, The (1970), White Whore and the Bit Player, The / La Estrella Y La Monja (1973a), White Whore And The Bit Player, The (1971), White Whore And The Bit Player, The (1971), Contestants, The (1966), Spring Play (1967), Tom Paine (Part I) (1967), Futz (1967b), Times Square (1968), Melodrama Play (1968), Futz (1968), Cafe La MaMa ETC Presents Two New One-Act Plays by Leonard Melfi (1967), Changes (1968), Fischer (1968), "Chicago," "Futz" and "Melodrama" in St. Croix (1968), Hurricane Of The Eye (1969), Solor Inventions (1969), Rat's Mass, A (1969a), In Praise Of Folly (1969), Big Charlotte (1969), Sprint Orgasmics (1969), "Ubu" and "Arden of Faversham" (1970), Son of Cock-Strong (1970), Heaven Grand in Amber Orbit (1970), "Van Gogh" and "Why Do Things Take Such a Long Time?" (1970), Cock-Strong (1970), What is Making Gilda So Gray? (1970), Dirtiest Show In Town, The (1970), Captain Jack's Revenge (1970), Our Play On The Future Has No Name (1970), Femme Fatale: The Three Faces of Gloria (1970), Suicide In Alexandria, A (1970), Rat's Mass, A (1971), Cranes And Peonies (1970), Refrigerators, The (1971), Thief (1971), Pork (1971), Melodrama Play (1971), Sissy (1972), Anti-Classical Presentation, An (1971), Shekhina (1971), Play-By-Play (1972), City of Light (1973), Thoughts (1973), Magic Show of Dr. Ma-gico, The (1973), Three Drag Queens from Daytona (1973), Francesco: The Life And Times Of The Cencis (1973a), Last Chance Saloon, The (1973), White Whore and the Bit Player, The (1973c), Miss Nefertiti Regrets (1973), "Times Square," "Melodrama Play," And "Futz" (1967), "Futz" and "Tom Paine" in Munich (1967), "Tom Paine" in Spoleto (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Mickery Theater (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967), La MaMa Repertory Troupe in London (1967), "Tom Paine" in London (1967)