Ira Levin Biography

Ira Levin
Ira Levin

was twenty-two when he wrote his first novel, the award-winning thriller A Kiss Before Dying, and twenty-five when, fresh from military service, he wrote his first play, the smash-hit adaptation of Mac Hyman's No Time for Sergeants. In the years since, he has continued to work both sides of the literary street. His plays include the comedy hit Critic's Choice, the musical Drat! The Cat! and the thriller Veronica's Room. Among his novels are Rosemary's Baby, generally credited or blamed for having sparked the current revival of occultism, The Stepford Wives, and the international best seller The Boys from Brazil. A native-born New Yorker Mr. Levin is an alumnus of New York University and has three sons.

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Recent Performances of works by Ira Levin
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Veronica's Room Bergen County Players 2/16/2019
Veronica's Room Barn Theatre 9/6/2013
Veronica's Room Studio Players 3/23/2007
Deathtrap Westfield Community Players 3/4/2006
Deathtrap East Brunswick Community Players 9/16/2005
Deathtrap Bergen County Players 1/15/2005
Deathtrap Somerset Valley Players 10/15/2004
Deathtrap Haddonfield Plays and Players 9/9/2004
Deathtrap Allegro Productions 6/18/2004
Deathtrap Pierrot Productions 2/20/2004
Deathtrap First Avenue Playhouse 2/5/2004
Deathtrap Country Gate Players 9/13/2003
Dr. Cook's Garden Bickford Theater 5/16/2002
Deathtrap Teaneck New Theatre 10/19/2001
Deathtrap Villagers Theatre 4/27/2001
Deathtrap Paper Mill Playhouse 2/23/2000
Veronica's Room Carnival Productions 10/23/1998
Deathtrap Bickford Theater 10/1/1998
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