Producer

 

COMPLETE LIST OF PRODUCTION CREDITS

(Film, Television, Broadway, Off-Broadway, London, Boston)

Stuart Street Productions (SSP) 2005-Present

Zollo/Paleologos Inc. (ZPI) 1978-2004

 

with links to the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) & the Internet Broadway Database (IBDB)

 

 

Feature Films (major studio)

 

GHOSTS OF MISSISSIPPI (1996/97 Castle Rock Entertainment and Columbia Pictures) directed by Rob Reiner & starring Alec Baldwin and Whoopi Goldberg. Two Academy Award Nominations including BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR for James Woods. Golden Globe Nomination for James Woods - BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR.

 

QUIZ SHOW (1994 Hollywood Pictures) directed by Robert Redford & starring Ralph Fiennes. New York Film Critics Award for BEST PICTURE. Four Academy Award nominations including BEST PICTURE. Three British Academy Award nominations including BEST PICTURE. Four Golden Globe nominations including BEST PICTURE.

 

THE PAPER (1994 Universal) directed by Ron Howard & starring Michael Keaton, Glenn Close, Marissa Tomei and Robert Duvall. Academy Award nomination for Randy Newman for Best Song (Make Up Your Mind).

 

MISSISSIPPI BURNING (1988/89 Orion) directed by Alan Parker & starring Gene Hackman and Wilem Dafoe. Seven Academy Award nominations including BEST PICTURE. Three British Academy Awards including BEST PICTURE. Four D.W. Griffith Awards including BEST PICTURE.

 

Feature Films (independent)


LITTLE FUGITIVE (2006) A film by Joanna Lipper. A remake of Morris Engel's classic.

 

COULD BE WORSE (2000) A film by Zack Stratis. Sundance Film Festival 2000.

 

HURLYBURLY (1998-99 Fine Line) directed by Anthony Drazan & starring Sean Penn, Meg Ryan, Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright-Penn, Gary Shandling and Chazz Palmintery

 

CAPTIVE (1997 Apix) directed by Karl Slovin & starring Ron Eldard and Stanley Tucci.

 

NAKED IN NEW YORK (1994 Fine Line) directed by Dan Algrant & starring Eric Stoltz, Mary Louise Parker, Ralph Macchio, Kathleen Turner, Jill Clayburgh, Timothy Dalton, Tony Curtis and Whoopi Goldberg.

 

MUSIC OF CHANCE (1993 IRS) directed by Philip Haas & starring James Spader, Mandy Patinkin, Charles Durning and Joel Grey. Cannes Film Festival.

 

SEX, DRUGS, ROCK & ROLL (1991 Avenue Pictures) directed by John McNaughton & starring Eric Bogosian.

 

MILES FROM HOME (1988 Cinecom) directed by Gary Sinise & starring Richard Gere, Kevin Anderson, John Malcovich, Penelope Ann Miller & Helen Hunt. Cannes Film Festival.

 

National Television

 

LOUIS BRANDEIS----The People’s Attorney (PBS 2007) Written and directed by Emmy Award winner Charles Stuart. A presentation of Oregon Public Television.

 

LANSKY (HBO February 27, 1999) Written by David Mamet. Directed by John McNaughton & starring Richard Dreyfuss, Eric Roberts, Anthony Lapaglia, Ileanna Douglas and Beverly D'Angelo. Emmy Award Nomination for cinematographer John Alonzo (Chinatown).

 

"For his first television movie, Mamet has chosen as his subject the gangster Meyer Lansky. "Lansky" is a deeply unusual picture. It defies many of the conventions of its two genres, gangster films and made-for-television movies." --- James Sterngold, -- NY TIMES   2/21/99

 

AMERICAN JUSTICE - A CIVIL ACTION (A&E December 30, 1998) Host Bill Kurtis looks at the real life story behind the movie "A Civil Action".

 

"This is a well reported hour that brings together inestimable personal loss, big money legal wranglings and courtroom antipathies."--- Walter Goodman, NY TIMES 12/30/98

 

IN THE GLOAMING (HBO April 20, 1997) directed by Christopher Reeve & starring Glenn Close, Bridget Fonda, Whoopie Goldberg, & Robert Sean Leonard. Five Emmy Award nominations including OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE. Four Cable Ace Awards including OUTSTANDING DRAMATIC OR THEATRICAL SPECIAL. 1998 Christopher Award for OUTSTANDING MADE FOR TELEVISION MOVIE. 1997 MEDIA ACCESS AWARD. Producers' Guild nominee for BEST TELEVISION PROGRAM OF 1997.

 

"In The Gloaming came in as the year's most decorated single program converting four of its six CableACE nominations to wins, cited as top dramatic/theatrical special, for its musical score, for its writing, and for Glenn Close's performance." ---WEEKLY VARIETY 11/24/97

 

THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (PBS February 10, 1997) BIG DREAM, SMALL SCREEN, The story of Philo T. Farnsworth. A presentation of WGBH/Boston.

 

FRONTLINE (PBS November 24, 1992) IN SEARCH OF OUR FATHERS, a film by Marco Williams. A presentation of WGBH/Boston.

 

 

Plays on Broadway  

 

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (2005) adapted from the 1968 film by Jeremy Sams. Music and lyrics by Richard & Robert Sherman. Sets and costumes by Anthony Ward. Choreography by Gillian Lynne. Directed by Adrian Noble. Five Tony Award nominations. Winner of Outer Critics Circle Award for BEST SET DESIGN (Anthony Ward).

 

FROZEN (2004) by Bryony Lavery, directed by Doug Hughes. Featuring Swoosie Kurtz, Brian F. O'Byrne and Laila Robins. Four Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. Winner of the Tony Award for BEST FEATURED ACTOR (Brian F. O'Byrne).

 

PRIVATE LIVES (2002) by Noel Coward, directed by Howard Davies and starring Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan. Six Tony Award nominations. Winner of the Tony Award for BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY and BEST ACTRESS (Lindsay Duncan). Winner of Drama Desk Awards for BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY and BEST ACTRESS (Lindsay Duncan).

 

THE GOAT or WHO IS SYLVIA? (2002) by Edward Albee, directed by David Esbjornson and starring Bill Pullman and Mercedes Ruehl. Two Tony Award nominations. Winner of the Tony Award for BEST PLAY. Winner of Outer Critics' Circle Award for BEST PLAY and BEST ACTRESS (Mercedes Ruehl). Winner of NY Drama Critics' Circle Award for BEST PLAY. Winner of Drama Desk award for BEST PLAY.

 

KING HEDLEY II (2001) by August Wilson, directed by Marion McClinton and starring Brian Stokes Mitchell. Six Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. Tony Award for Viola Davis (Best Supporting Actress). Drama Desk Awards for Charles Brown and Viola Davis (Outstanding Performances).

 

BURIED CHILD (1996) by Sam Shepard, directed by Gary Sinise. Five Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. BEST PLAYS of 1996 - Time Magazine.

 

ANGELS IN AMERICA (part II) PERESTROIKA by Tony Kushner, directed by George C. Wolfe. (1993/94). Six Tony Award nominations. Winner of three Tony Awards including BEST PLAY. Outer Critics Circle Award for BEST PLAY.

 

ANGELS IN AMERICA (Part I) MILLENIUM APPROACHES (1992/93) by Tony Kushner, directed by George C. Wolfe. The most nominations (9) for a non-musical play in the history of the Tony Awards. Winner of four Tony Awards including BEST PLAY. Pulitzer Prize for BEST PLAY. Five Drama Desk Awards including BEST PLAY. New York Drama Critics Award for BEST PLAY.

 

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN (1992) by Ariel Dorfman, directed by Mike Nichols. Tony Award for Glenn Close; BEST ACTRESS. Also starring Gene Hackman and Richard Dreyfuss.

 

OUR COUNTRY'S GOOD (1991) by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Six Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY.

 

MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM (1985) by August Wilson. Three Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. Grammy award for Best Spoken Word Recording. N.Y. Drama Critics Award for BEST PLAY.

 

HURLYBURLY (1984) by David Rabe, directed by Mike Nichols. Four Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. Tony Award for Judy Ivey; BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS.

 

'NIGHT MOTHER (1983) by Marsha Norman. Four Tony Award nominations including BEST PLAY. Pulitzer Prize for BEST PLAY.

 

ALMOST AN EAGLE (1982) by Michael Kimberly.

 

ON GOLDEN POND (1980) by Ernest Thompson. Tony Award nomination for Frances Sternhagen for BEST ACTRESS.

 

Plays Off-Broadway

 

MERCY ON THE DOORSTEP (2006) by  Gip Hoppe, directed by Jim Simpson. At the Flea Theater.

 

THE PLAY ABOUT THE BABY (2001) by Edward Albee, directed by David Esbjornson. Winner of two Obie Awards for Outstanding Performances by Brian Murray and Marian Seldes. Drama Desk nomination for Ms. Seldes.

 

WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE (2000) written and performed by Eric Bogosian. Directed by Jo Bonney.

 

THE HAIRY APE (1997) by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Elizabeth LeCompte & performed by The Wooster Group, featuring Wilem Dafoe.

 

THE CRYPTOGRAM (1995) written and directed by David Mamet. Two Obie Awards including BEST PLAY. Drama Desk nomination for BEST PLAY.

 

POUNDING NAILS INTO THE FLOOR WITH MY FOREHEAD (1994) written and performed by Eric Bogosian. Obie Award for Eric Bogosian, BEST PERFORMANCE.

 

OLEANNA (1992/4) written and directed by David Mamet.

 

MARVIN'S ROOM (1992) by Scott McPherson. Drama Desk Award for BEST PLAY. Outer Critics' Circle Award for BEST PLAY.

 

SEX, DRUGS, ROCK & ROLL (1990) written and performed by Eric Bogosian. Obie Award for BEST PLAY. Drama Desk Award for BEST SOLO PERFORMANCE.

 

TALK RADIO (1987) by Eric Bogosian, directed by Frederick Zollo. Obie Award for Eric Bogosian; BEST ACTOR.

 

FUNHOUSE (1983) written and performed by Eric Bogosian.

 

KEY EXCHANGE (1981) by Kevin Wade.

 

Plays in London's West End

 

GEORGE GERSHWIN ALONE (2004) Written and performed by Hershey Felder and directed by Joel Zwick. At the Duchess Theater.

 

CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG (2002-2005) music and lyrics by Richard and Robert Sherman, book by Jeremy Sams. Directed by Adrian Noble and featuring Michael Ball, Emma Williams, Nicola McAuliffe, Brian Blessed & Richard O'Brien. 3 Olivier nominations including BEST NEW MUSICAL. At the London Palladium.

 

FEAST OF SNAILS (2002) by Olaf Olafson. Directed by Ron Daniels. Starring David Warner.

 

LA CAVA (2000) music by Laurence O'Keefe, lyrics by John Claflin, book by Dana Broccoli, additional music by Stephen Keeling, additional lyrics by Shaun McKenna. Directed by Steven Dexter.

 

THE CRYPTOGRAM (1994) by David Mamet, directed by Gregory Mosher.

 

OLEANNA (1993) by David Mamet, directed by Harold Pinter.

 

MARVIN'S ROOM (1993) by Scott McPherson.

 

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN (1992) by Ariel Dorfman. Olivier Award for BEST PLAY. Olivier Award for Juliet Stevenson; BEST ACTRESS.

 

SOPHISTICATED LADIES (1992) the Duke Ellington Musical.

 

LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSE (1987) by Christopher Hampton. Featuring Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan. Olivier Award for BEST PLAY.

 

GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (1986) by David Mamet. Olivier Award for BEST PLAY.

 

CAMILLE (1985) by Pam Gems. Olivier Award for BEST ACTRESS - Frances Barbara.

 

BREAKING THE SILENCE (1985) by Stephen Poliakof.

 

Plays in Boston

 

A NIGHT AT THE ROCK OPERA (2008-2009) The Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra.


ACCORDING TO TIP (2008) A new play by Dick Flavin. Directed by Rick Lombardo and featuring Tony Award winner Ken Howard. World Premiere.

 

RFK* (2007) Written and performed by Jack Holmes.

 

RESPECT---A MUSICAL JOURNEY* (2006-2007) by Dorothy Marcic. Directed by David Arrigo.

 

BROAD COMEDY* (2006) written and directed by Katie Goodman

 

MENOPAUSE---THE MUSICAL* (2004-2005 and reprised in 2008) by Jeannie Linders. Directed by Kathryn Conte.

 

FOREVER PLAID* (2004)

 

THE MOMOLOGUES* (2004)

 

JACQUES BREL IS ALIVE AND WELL AND LIVING IN PARIS* (2003-2004)

 

STOMP* (2003) conceived and directed by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas.

 

BACK FROM BROADWAY (2002-2003). directed by Joel Zwick and starring Hershey Felder and James Barbour.

 

I LOVE YOU. YOU'RE PERFECT. NOW CHANGE. (2000-2002) by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts. Directed by Joel Bishoff.

 

THE CRYPTOGRAM  (1995) written and directed by David Mamet.

 

SEX, DRUGS, ROCK & ROLL (1991) By Eric Bogosian.

 

ALMOST AN EAGLE (1982) by Michael Kimberly. Directed by Jacques Levy. Starring James Whitmore.

 

ON GOLDEN POND (1981) by Ernest Thompson.

 

BOSOMS AND NEGLECT (1980) by John Guare.

 

GIVE 'EM HELL HARRY (1980) by Samuel Gallu.

 

THE SHADOW BOX  (1979) by Michael Cristofer, directed by Richard Chamberlain.

 

SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO and THE DUCK VARIATIONS (1979) both by David Mamet.

 

VANITIES (1978) by Jack Heifner.

 

*As Presenter