Michael Frayn Biography

Michael Frayn

was born September 8, 1933, in London. An acclaimed playwright, he has written extensively for the theatre, and his plays include Copenhagen, Alarms and Excursions, Here, Look Look, Benefactors, The Two of Us, Clouds, Liberty Hall, Alphabetical Order, Donkey’s Years, Make and Break, and Noises Off. His translations of The Cherry Orchard and Tolstoy’s The Fruits of Enlightenment were produced by the National Theatre, as was Wild Honey, his translation of Chekhov’s earliest and untitled play. Frayn has also written and presented television documentaries on Berlin, Vienna, Australia, Jerusalem, and the London suburbs. His screenplays include Clockwise and Remember Me? He has published nine novels, including the recent Headlong.

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Recent Performances of works by Michael Frayn
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Noises Off Studio Players 9/20/2013
Copenhagen The Company 3/12/2011
Noises Off Nutley Little Theatre 9/10/2010
Noises Off Strand Theater Project 7/13/2007
Noises Off Cumberland Players 3/10/2006
Noises Off Triple Threat Foundation for the Arts 5/7/2004
Noises Off Allegro Productions 3/5/2004
Noises Off Pierrot Productions 11/14/2003
Noises Off Villagers Theatre 9/12/2003
Noises Off Paper Mill Playhouse 1/7/2000
Noises Off Major Theater Series (MSU) 11/11/1999
Noises Off Two River Theatre Company 5/13/1999
Noises Off Main Street Theatre Company 11/13/1998
Noises Off Living Arts Repertory Theatre 9/25/1998
Noises Off East Brunswick Community Players 2/6/1998
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