The cause was AIDS, said Will Roberson, his companion.
Mr. Pagliotti, a native of Santa Barbara, Calif., was a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts in Santa Monica, Calif., and of Webster College in St. Louis. Before the Globe, he worked at the Denver Center Theater Company, the St. Louis Repertory Theater, the Huntington Theater Company in Boston and the Hartford Stage.
At the Old Globe, which he joined in 1980, he managed more than 150 productions, including the world premieres of Neil Simon's "Rumors," Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" and A. R. Gurney's "Cocktail Hour." He was production stage manager of the Globe's revival of "Damn Yankees," which moved on to Broadway.
Theatre World 1994-1995, Vol. 51 by John Willis
Paperback: 272 pages
Publisher: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books; Vol. 37 (1980/1981)- edition (February 1, 2000)
Amazon: Theatre World 1994-1995, Vol. 51
Theatre World, the statistical and pictorial record of the Broadway and off-Broadway season, touring companies, and professional regional companies throughout the United States, has become a classic in its field. The book is complete with cast listings, replacement producers, directors, authors, composers, opening and closing dates, song titles, and much, much more. There are special sections with biographical data, obituary information, listings of annual Shakespeare festivals and major drama awards.
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