Here is a list of N. Richard Nash's writing.
For access and information about Nash's manuscrpts, see the collection at the University of Wisconsin Library: http://arcat.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=852
For playscripts, go to http://bit.ly/samuelfrench-NRichardNash
N. Richard Nash - Plays
As N. Richard Nusbaum:
So Wonderful! (In White) (one-act), Samuel French, 1937.
Incognito (three-act), Samuel French, 1941.
Parting at Imsdorf (one-act), Samuel French, 1941.
Sky Road: A Comedy of the Airways (three-act), Row, Peterson & Co., 1941.
As N. Richard Nash:
Second Best Bed (June 3, 1946), Samuel French.
The Young and Fair (November 22, 1948), Dramatists Play Service.
See the Jaguar (December 3, 1952), Dramatists Play Service, 1953.
The Rainmaker (October 28, 1954), Random House, 1955,
Girls of Summer (November 19, 1956), Samuel French, 1957.
Handful of Fire (October 1, 1958), Samuel French, 1959.
Echoes (Bijou Theatre, February 26, 1973), Samuel French, 1973.
Rouge Atomic, date unknown, Dramatists Play Service.
Selected Plays, (1997, Greenhouse and Kirby) contains the following plays, most still unproduced:
- The Rainmaker
- Everybody, Smile!
- Breaking the Tie
- Yes, Tom, Yes!
- Bluebird of Happiness
- The Green Clown
- The Loss of D-Natural.
As John Roc:
Fire! Longacre Theatre, (1/28/1969 - 2/1/1969.
N. Richard Nash - Musicals:
Wildcat (December 16, 1960), Tams-Witmark.
110 in the Shade (October 24, 1963), Tams-Witmark.
two-act; musical adaptation of the Rainmaker.
The Happy Time (January 18, 1968), Dramatic Publishing Co., 1969.
Sarava (Mark Hellinger Theater, 1979), Mitch Leigh.
N. Richard Nash - Screenplays:
"Nora Prentiss," Warner Bros., 1946.
"Welcome Stranger," Paramount, 1946. (Author of adaptation with Arthur Sheekman)
"The Sainted Sisters" (adapted with Harry Clork from the short story, "The Sainted Sisters of Sandy Creek, " by Elisa Bialk), Paramount, 1948.
"Dear Wife" (sequel to the play, "Dear Ruth" by Norman Krasna), Paramount, 1950. (With Sheekman)
"The Vicious Years," Film Classics, 1950.
"The Flying Missile," Columbia, 1951. (With Harvey S. Haislip)
"Molly" (adapted from the radio serial, "The Goldbergs," by Berg), Paramount, 1951. (With Gertrude Berg)
"Maru Maru," Warner Bros., 1952.
"Top of the World," United Artists, 1955. (With John D. Klorer)
"The Rainmaker" (based on Nash's play of the same title), Paramount, 1956.
"Porgy and Bess" (adapted from the folk opera by George Gershwin), Columbia, 1959.
N. Richard Nash - Teleplays:
"House in Athens," National Broadcasting Co. (NBC).
"The Rainmaker" (based on the author's play of the same title), NBC.
"The Brownstone," NBC.
"The Happy Rest," NBC.
"The Young and Fair" (based on Nash's play of the same title), NBC.
"The Arena," NBC.
"Welcome Home," American Broadcasting Co. (ABC).
"The Joker," ABC.
Also contributor of teleplays to:
"General Electric Theater"
"U.S. Steel Hour"
"Theater Guild of the Air"
N. Richard Nash - Books:
Cry Macho, Delacorte, 1975.
East Wind, Rain, Atheneum, 1977.
The Last Magic, Atheneum, 1978.
Aphrodite's Cave, Doubleday, 1980.
Radiance, Doubleday, 1983.
Also author of two books on philosophy, The Athenian Spirit and The Wounds of Sparta.
As Jon Roc:
Winter Blood, Trident, 1971.