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Bill Irwin's stage credits

  • Bye Bye Birdie (September 10, 2009 - January 4, 2010 Roundabout Theatre Company, NYC) ... Harry MacAfee
  • Waiting for Godot (April 3-July 5, 2009, Roundabout Theatre Company, NYC) ... Vladimir
  • Trumbo (October 8 - November 7, 2004 Philadelphia Theatre Company) ... Dalton Trumbo
  • Mr. Fox: A Rumination (The Signature Theater Company, NYC March 24 - May 16, 2004)
  • The Regard Evening (The Signature Theater Company, NYC Dec 3, 2003 - Feb 1, 2004)
  • The Harlequin Studies (The Signature Theater Company, NYC)
  • The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? (09/13-12/15/2002 John Golden Theatre, NYC)
  • Fool Moon (July 22- Aug. 12, 2001, American Conservatory Theater at the Geary Theater, San Francisco, CA)
  • Samuel Beckett's Texts For Nothing (June 19-July 16, 2001, American Conservatory Theater at the Geary Theater, San Francisco, CA) ... director and sole performer
  • Samuel Beckett's Texts For Nothing (September 28-November 5, 2000, Classic Stage Company, NYC) ... director and sole performer
  • Georges Feydeau's A Flea in Her Ear (Feb 11-May 10, 1998, Roundabout Theatre, NYC) .... director
  • Moliere's Scapin (Dec 4 1996-Mar 9 1997, Roundabout Theatre, NYC), previously presented in Seattle, WA ... director, Scapin, co-adaptor
  • Hip-Hop Wonderland, (May 1996) as part of the "Deuces are Wild" children's series in New York
  • Fool Moon, a two-man show developed with clown David Shiner (Broadway 02/05-09/05/1993, 10/21/1995-01/07/1996, 11/17/1998-01/03/1999)
  • Trinculo in The Tempest, (summer 1995) starring Patrick Stewart, as part of Shakespeare in the Park
  • Largely New York (04/22-09/02/1989), Irwin's original work was developed at The Seattle Repertory Theater City Center and The Kennedy Center, ran on Broadway and received five Tony nominations, including "Best Play", "Best Actor", and "Best Director", as well as several other prominent awards.
  • Waiting for Godot, at The Lincoln Center with Steve Martin, Robin Williams and F. Murray Abraham
  • Beckett's Texts for Nothing, at The Public Theater in New York
  • 5-6-7-8 . . . Dance!, with Sandy Duncan, in New York
  • Accidental Death of an Anarchist, with Jonathan Pryce, in New York (11/15-12/01/1984)
  • Three Cuckolds, at La Jolla Playhouse .... Arlecchino
  • The Sea Gull, at La Jolla Playhouse .... Medvedenko
  • Brecht's A Man's a Man, at La Jolla Playhouse .... Galy Gay
  • The Regard of Flight (PBS, Great Performances), on and off Broadway, across the U.S. and in Sydney, Australia (Off-Broadway c.1983, Broadway 04/07-26/1987)
  • The Courtroom (with Michael Moschen)
  • Not Quite/New York (with Michael Moschen)
  • appeared as a guest artist with the ODC Dance Company of San Francisco which first produced his original work