(Bio as of January 2005)
Delphi Productions most recently collaborated with the Goodman on I Am My Own Wife during the 2004/2005 Season. Based in New York City, Delphi Productions produces theater on Broadway, off-Broadway, and in all other major cities. Its principals are David Richenthal, Anthony D. Marshall, and Charlene Marshall. Delphi produced I Am My Own Wife on Broadway, where it won virtually every theater award for the 2003-04 theater season, including the Tony Award for best play. Delphi is also producing I Am My Own Wife on tour in the United States (Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other venues) as well as in London, England; Sydney, Australia; Johannesburg, South Africa; and in foreign language productions in cities all over the world. Delphi is also currently presenting Marc Salem's Mind Games on Broadway. Delphi's president, David Richenthal, has also produced on Broadway: Long Day's Journey Into Night, directed by Robert Falls, starring Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Dennehy, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Robert Sean Leonard; Arthur Miller's The Crucible, directed by Richard Eyre, starring Liam Neeson and Laura Linney; Arthur Miller's The Price, directed by James Naughton, starring Harris Yulin and Jeffrey DeMunn; Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, directed by Robert Falls, starring Brian Dennehy; Noel Coward's Present Laughter, starring Frank Langella; the Pulitzer Prize winner The Young Man From Atlanta by Horton Foote, directed by Robert Falls, starring Rip Torn and Shirley Knight; the Pulitzer Prize winner The Kentucky Cycle, directed by Warner Shook, starring Stacy Keach. Off-Broadway: Mrs. Klein, starring Uta Hagen; Remembrance, starring Milo O'Shea and Frances Sternhagen; Conor McPherson's Dublin Carol by special arrangement with the Atlantic Theater Company; Marc Salem's Mind Games. London's West End: co-pro¬duced the world premiere of David Mamet's The Cryptogram and Katherine Burger's Morphic Resonance. Delphi will be presenting Robert Falls' production of Death of a Salesman this spring in London.
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