Roger L. Stevens - Stage Productions

Stage Productions

  • Broken Glass (1994) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • The Kentucky Cycle (1993) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • She Loves Me (1993) Tony Award nominee, Best Revival of a Musical
  • Shadowlands (1990) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Death of a Salesman (1984) Tony Award winner, Best Reproduction
  • On Your Toes (1983) Tony Award winner, Best Reproduction (Play or Musical)
  • Bedroom Farce (1979) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Deathtrap (1978) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Old Times (1971) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Indians (1969) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Half a Sixpence (1965) Tony Award nominee, Best Musical
  • Slow Dance On the Killing Ground (1964) Tony Award nominee, Best Producer of a Play
  • Strange Interlude (1963) Tony Award nominee, Best Producer of a Play
  • A Man for All Seasons (1962) Tony Award winner, Best Play and Best Producer of a Play
  • The Caretaker (1961) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • The Visit (1958) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • A Touch of the Poet (1958) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • West Side Story (1957) (by arrangement) Tony Award nominee, Best Musical
  • Time Remembered (1957) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • The Rope Dancers (1957) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Separate Tables (1956) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • The Waltz of the Toreadors (1956) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Bus Stop (1955) Tony Award nominee, Best Play
  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955) Tony Award nominee, Best Play

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