Ribalow, M(eir) Z(vi)
RIBALOW, M(eir) Z(vi)
RIBALOW, M(eir) Z(vi). American, b. 1948. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction, Plays/Screenplays, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Sports/Fitness. Career: New York Shakespeare Festival, NYC, production associate and head of script department, 1972-75; American Repertory Company, London, England, founder and producing director, 1976-78; Fordham University, artist-inresidence, 1986-. Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders on Human Survival, arts coordinator; Creative Coalition, member of board of directors and vice-president. Has taught at several institutions, including Ithaca College, London. Has directed many plays in London, NY and regionally. Publications: PLAYS: Winner Take All, 1975 (produced as Blood Money, 1979); Relatives, 1975; Linebacker, 1975; Sundance, 1976; Honey, 1976; Silent Partner, 1976; The Domino Theory, 1977; Raindance, 1985; Irish Coffee, 1979; Shrunken Heads, 1980; Curtain Call, 1981; Marmalade Skies, 1982; Moondance, 1983; Bad Girls, 1983; Tilt, 1985; Goodnight Vienna, 1994. PUBLISHED: Sundance, Raindance and Shrunken Heads. Work represented in anthologies. NONFICTION WITH H.U. RIBALOW: The Jew in American Sports, 1985; Jewish Baseball Stars, 1985; Great Jewish Chess Champions, 1987. OTHER: Gallavanterna Series (children's books), 1988; Redheaded Blues (novel). Contributor of articles, reviews, poetry, and fiction to periodicals.