William Ritman (1928-1984)

His May 8, 1984 obituary in the New York Times noted the following: "William Ritman, the prolific scenic designer of ''Morning's at 7'' and plays by Edward Albee, Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter, among others, died Sunday in his New York apartment. He was 56 years old and had been ill with cancer for more than 18 months. In a New York career that spanned almost 25 years, he designed the original sets for most of Mr. Albee's plays including ''Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,'' ''Tiny Alice'' and ''A Delicate Balance'' and for a number of Beckett's American premieres. Many of his designs were for productions directed by Alan Schneider, who died last week in London."

Date Play Venue Position
Feb 26, 1978 Deathtrap Music Box Theatre Scenic Design
Dec 4, 1977 Chapter Two Imperial Theatre Scenery
Mar 14, 1975 Same Time, Next Year Brooks Atkinson Theatre Scenic Design
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