Tom O'Horgan

Individual

Queer Performance () Tom O'Horgan
Edward Barton
Peter Craig
Jerry Cunliffe
Jeanette Ertelt
Deatra Lambert
Victor LiPari
Michael Meadows
Michael Warren Powell
Cleve Roller
Lea Scott
Hedy Sontag
Joyce Stanton
John Dodd
Galen McKinley
Don Berry
Theodore De Colo
Ben Vereen
Harris Wiener
Dan Nordby
La Mama Repertory Troupe
(is related to)
Jacque Lynn Colton
Michael Warren Powell
Kevin O'Connor
Victor LiPari
Mari-Claire Charba
Pierre LeDoux
Beth Porter
Peter Reid
Marilyn Roberts
John Bakos
Peter Craig
Jerry Cunliffe
Jay Fletcher
Sharon Gans
Sally Kirkland
Beverly Atkinson
The New Troupe
Gerome Ragni
Tom O'Horgan
(is related to) Maids, The (1964a) (is related to)
Maids, The (1964b) (is related to)
Maids, The (1964b) (is related to)
Maids, The (1965) (is related to)
Maids, The (1965) (is related to)
La MaMa E.T.C. presents the first Coffee House Theatre Festival featuring "So Who's Afraid of Edward Albee?" and "The Recluse" (1964) (designer)
Dear Friends (1964) ()
Dear Friends (is related to)
New OP-ra, The (1965) (author)
New OP-ra, The (1965) (is related to)
Saint Siegfried, or (How to Make a Hero) (is related to)
Two One-Act Plays By Gerald Schoenwolf (1965) ()
Three New Plays Directed By Tom O'Horgan (1965) (is related to)
Three New Plays Directed By Tom O'Horgan (1965) (is related to)
Six Plays From The '65-'66 European Tour (1966) (is related to)
Birdbath (1981) (is related to)
Window (1966) (is related to)
Madonna In The Orchard, The (1966) (is related to)
Madonna In The Orchard, The (1966) (is related to)
Hessian Corporal, The (1966) (is related to)
Futz (1967a) (is related to)
Futz (1967a) ()
Tom Paine (Part I) (1967) (is related to)
Tom Paine (Part I) (1967) (is related to)
Futz (1967b) (is related to)
Futz (1967b) (is related to)
Changes (1968) (is related to)
Changes (1968) (is related to)
Fischer (1968) (is related to)
"Chicago," "Futz" and "Melodrama" in St. Croix (1968) (is related to)
"Chicago," "Futz" and "Melodrama" in St. Croix (1968) ()
Captain Jack's Revenge (1970) (is related to)
When Clowns Play Hamlet (1967) (is related to)
For the Benefit of Harry (1974) (is related to)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe First European Tour (1965-1966) (is related to)
La Mama Playwrights on NET Playhouse (is related to)
La Mama Playwrights on NET Playhouse (Re-broadcast) ()
Spring Rites: A Special Benefit for La MaMa (1975) ()
Spring Rites: A Special Benefit for La MaMa (1975) (is related to)
Spring Rites: A Special Benefit for La MaMa (1975) (is related to)
Starfollowers In An Ancient Land (1975) (is related to)
"Times Square," "Melodrama Play," And "Futz" (1967) (is related to)
"Times Square," "Melodrama Play," And "Futz" (1967) (is related to)
Futz (The Film) (is related to)
Architect and the Emperor of Assyria, The (1976) (director)
Architect And The Emperor Of Assyria, The (1977) (is related to)
Caligula (1977) (is related to)
Caligula (1977) (is related to)
Tempest, The (1978) (is related to)
Tempest, The (1978) ()
3rd CETA Chamber Concert (1978) (is related to)
"Little Mother" And "Birdbath" (1981) (is related to)
Hurrah for the Bridge (1981) (is related to)
Hurrah for the Bridge (1981) (is related to)
La MaMa Films (1982) (is related to)
La MaMa Films (1982) (is related to)
La MaMa Films (1982) (is related to)
Boxiganga (is related to)
Plagues For Our Time, The (1983) (music)
Plagues For Our Time, The (1983) (director)
Light Opera, The (1983) (director)
"Hurrah for Bridge" and "Chicago" in Paris (1965) (director)
"Hurrah for Bridge" and "Chicago" in Paris (1965) (designer)
"Birdbath" and "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "War" in Paris (1965) (director)
"Birdbath" and "Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "War" in Paris (1965) (set design)
"America Hurrah" and "The Circus" and "Hurrah for the Bridge" in Copenhagen (1965) (music)
"America Hurrah" and "The Circus" and "Hurrah for the Bridge" in Copenhagen (1965) (performer)
"America Hurrah" and "The Circus" and "Hurrah for the Bridge" in Copenhagen (1965) (director)
"Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1965) (music)
"Thank You, Miss Victoria" and "Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1965) (director)
"The Recluse" and "The Circle" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1965) (director)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe Second European Tour (1966) (worked for)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe Third European Tour (1967) (worked for)
"This is the Rill Speaking" and "Chicago" in Copenhagen (1966) (director)
"Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1966) (director)
"Birdbath" and "War" in Copenhagen (1966) (music)
"The Recluse" and "War" in Sweden (1966) (director)
"Pavane" and "Homo" in Zagreb (1966) (director)
"Pavane" and "Homo" in Zagreb (1966) (music)
"Pavane" and "Homo" in Zagreb (1966) (performer)
"Chicago" in Zagreb (1966) (director)
"Pavane" and "Tattoo Parlor" in Copenhagen (1966) (director)
"Pavane" and "Tattoo Parlor" in Copenhagen (1966) (music)
Boxiganga (music)
"Futz" and "Tom Paine" in Munich (1967) (director)
"6 Pieces From Off-Off-Broadway" (Frankfurt, 1967) (director)
"Melodrama Play" and "Times Square" in Munich (1967) (director)
"Tom Paine" in Spoleto (1967) (director)
"Tom Paine" in Spoleto (1967) (music)
Architect and the Emperor of Assyria, The (1986) (director)
"Times Square," "Futz" and "Melodrama Play" in Copenhagen (1967) (director)
"Futz" in Holstebro (1967) (director)
"Futz" in Holstebro (1967) (music)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Mickery Theater (1967) (director)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Mickery Theater (1967) (music)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967) (director)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967) (composer)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe in London (1967) (director)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe in London (1967) (music)
"Tom Paine" in London (1967) (director)
"Tom Paine" in London (1967) (music)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Brandeis Interact International Theatre Festival (1968) (worked for)
Massachusetts Trust (1968) (director)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe in St. Croix (1968) (worked for)
"Times Square" at The Cosmopolitan Club (1968) (director)
"Times Square" at The Cosmopolitan Club (1968) (music)
"Times Square" at The Cosmopolitan Club (1968) (performer)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe Tour (1969) (worked for)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe/New York Review Presentations (1969) (worked for)
"Heimskringla" on National Educational Television (1969) (director)
"War," "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Homo" in Durham, UK (1966) (director)
"War," "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Homo" in Durham, UK (1966) (music)
"War," "This is the Rill Speaking" and "Homo" in Durham, UK (1966) (performer)
"Hair" on Broadway (1968) (director)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" European Tour (1977) (worked for)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Amsterdam (1977) (music)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Amsterdam (1977) (director)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Philadelphia (1977) (director)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Philadelphia (1977) (music)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" Venezuela Tour (1978) (worked for)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Venezuela (1978) (director)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Venezuela (1978) (music)
"The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" in Philadelphia (1978) (director)
"The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" in Philadelphia (1978) (music)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Taormina (1979) (music)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" in Taormina (1979) (director)
"The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria" Italy Tour (1979) (worked for)
Mowgli (adapter)
The Garden Of Earthly Faucets (playwright)
6 From La MaMa (1966) (director)
6 From La MaMa (1966) (music)
"Heimskringla" on television in New York (1974) (director)
"Hot Fish" (1966) (director)
O'Horgan Christmas Happening (author)
"O'Horgan Christmas Happening" (1969) (author)
"O'Horgan Christmas Happening" (1969) (director)
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