Richard Eyre is the esteemed British director who, as artistic director, saw the National Theatre through one of its glory periods. He has frequently directed in New York, often restaging works he premiered in London. Among his credits are the original New York productions of Arcadia, Racing Demon, Skylight, Stanley, The Judas Kiss, Amy's View, as well as notable revivals of The Crucible and Carousel. Lahr is the longtime drama critic for the New Yorker. He is also the author of many books, including biographies of Noel Coward, Joe Orton and his father, actor Bert Lahr.
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