|Alive & Kicking||1997||Actor||Man at Pub||19977|
|Radio Days||1987||Actor||Mr Abercrombie||19877|
|Mrs. Henderson Presents||2005||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Alive & Kicking||1997||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone||2003 2002 - 2003||Writer||n/a||1|
|The Summer House||1993||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Bent||1997||Play as Source Material||("Bent")||1|
|Don't Call Me Mama Anymore||1974 1973 - 1974||Writer||n/a||1|
|Bent||1997||Song||("The Streets of Berlin")||1|
|The Day After Trinity||1979||Consultant||n/a||1|
|Must Be Santa||Publicity||assistant unit publicist||1|
|Made foray into TV writing for Cass Elliot's CBS TV special "Don't Call Me Mama Anymore"|
|Moved to London|
|First original screenplay produced, "Alive and Kicking/Indian Summer"|
|Wrote teleplay adaptation of Tennessee Williams' novella "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" (lensed 2002) for Showtime|
|Penned the one-person show "Rose", about an elderly Holocaust survivor; opened in London starring Olympia Dukakis|
|Adapted the novel "The Summer House" for British TV; received theatrical distribution in the USA in 1993|
|First stage success, "Bent"; debuted in London with Ian McKellen and on Broadway with Richard Gere|
|Had first plays produced in New York at Herbert Berghof Playwrights Foundation|
|Had London success with play "When She Danced", starring Vanessa Redgrave as Isadora Duncan|
|Wrote the screen adaptation of his play "Bent"|
|"Bent" has first production at the O'Neill Theatre Centre|
|"Rose" transferred to Broadway|
|School of Fine Arts, Boston University|
|"I'm not a prolific playwright. I've always wanted to do films in between plays. What 'The Summer House' did was give me a film career. Now, I've got so much it's unbelievable; I've never even approached being this busy." --Martin Sherman, VARIETY June 2, 1996|
|"I wanted to write about somebody who was living with AIDS rather than dying of AIDS. I always start out wanting to write about very, very serious subjects and almost invariably they become funny at some point along the way." --Sherman in TIME OUT NEW YORK, July 24-31, 1997|
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