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1980
 
Invited to conduct acting seminar at Centro Dramatico Nacional in Madrid, Spain by Spanish Gov't and United States Information Agency

Assistant director of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas by Peter Masterson and Tommy Tune, Broadway musical

1981
 
Re-invited to Centro Dramatico in Madrid for Actors' and Director's workshop

Collaborated on pre-production work of "Life Is a Dream" by Calderon de la Barca, directed by Jose Luis Gomez

Conducted acting seminars in Paris and Berlin at invitation of Institute European de L'Acteur

Assistant Director on London production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

1982
 
Founded branch of John Strasberg's The Real Stage, in Paris

Co-Directed Alice in Wonderland with Eva Le Gallienne, produced by Sabra Jones, Broadway

Founded The Mirror Repertory Company, a non-profit theater, with Sabra Jones, New York City

Conducted seminars in Paris and New York

1983
 
Directed Joan of Lorraine by Maxwell Anderson, with Sabra Jones, for MRC

Directed Maria Rosa by Angel Guimera, for the Centro Dramatico de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

Conducted seminars in Paris, Barcelona, and New York

Directed for MRC in New York City, Geraldine Page artist-in-residence Paradise Lost by Clifford Odets, Inheritors by Susan Glaspell

1984
 
Directed for MRC in New York City, Geraldine Page artist-in-residence: Rain by John Colton and Clemence Randolph, Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen

Conducted seminars for actors and directors in Paris, Madrid, and New York

1985
 
Directed for MRC in New York City, Vivat. Vivat. Regina. by Robert Bolt

Directed Fool For Love in Madrid, Spain

Directed Real Stage workshop productions of The Trojan Women in New York and Paris

Conducted seminars in New York, Paris and Madrid

1986
 
Became Co-Artistic Director of Mirror Repertory Company

Conducted seminars for actors and directors in Paris, Madrid, and New York

Directed workshop evening of Shakespeare scenes at Real Stage in Paris

1987
 
Directed The Time of Your Life for MRC in summer inaugural season in Belfast, Maine

Conducted seminars for actors and directors in Madrid, Paris, and New York

1988
 
Directed You Can't Take It With You by Kaufman and Hart, for MRC Summer Theater, Belfast, Maine

Directed L'Home, Le Bestia, y La Virtut by Luigi Pirandello, for Centro Dramatico de Valencia, Spain. Production awarded prize for Best Play

Conducted seminars at Prima dei Teatri, Theater Festival in Bagni di Lucca, Italy

Conducted seminars for actors and directors in Milan, Paris, New York

1989
 
Conducted seminars for actors and directors in New York, Paris, and Madrid

Conducted seminar and laboratory on Chekhov novel, The Shooting Party, adapted by John Strasberg for theater, at Teatro Verdi, Milan

Directed Stage Door by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman for Mirror Repertory Company, summer theater in Bar Harbor, ME

Redirected L'Home, Le Bestia, y La Virtut. for new season premiere in Valencia and Madrid and Barcelona

Acted in Las Chicas de Hoy for Spanish Television

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