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Robert H. Livingston

Director

Robert H. Livingston is an American director. He is best known for being the director and co-adaptor of the Broadway musical The Me That Nobody Knows. He recieved two Tony Award nominations for his work. His other Broadway directing credits include Something Old, Something New and The Selling of the President. His Off-Broadway and regional directing credits include How to Steal an Election, The Interpreter, A Party for Divorce, Matchplay, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, and The Private Ear and the Public Eye.  Livingston has also worked in televison. He directed episodes of "Maude" and "All In the Family". He also directed "Taking My Turn", a TV movie. Livingston is a graduate of the Carnegie-Mellon University.

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