Mark Wright

Mark Wright

Producer

Mark Wright, a Broadway stage manager long associated with playwright Edward Albee and Albee's frequent director Alan Schneider, died on June 6, 2007, in Los Angeles, his home for two decades. He was 77. The cause of death was an incurable form of anemia. Mr. Wright's first Broadway assignment as stage manager was a doozie — the original production of Albee's groundshaking Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, starring Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill as the warring married couple George and Martha. He went on to stage manage Albee's Tiny Alice, A Delicate Balance and Malcolm, all directed by Schneider, and Seascape and the 1976 revival of Virginia Woolf, which were directed by Albee himself.

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  • Born: Nov 30, 1929
  • Death: Jun 6, 2007 in Los Angeles, California