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American Psycho
(Novel)
The Edge
(Music)
Bono
(Music)
Julie Taymor
(Movies & TV)
Spider-Man
(Fictional character)
Stephen King
(Literature)
Marvel Comics
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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

American playwright, screenwriter, and comic book writer best known for his work for Marvel Comics and for the HBO drama series Big Love add

Category: Literature

Born in 1973.

Countries: United States (33%), (14%), California (10%)

Main connections: American Psycho, The Edge, Bono

Linked to: Marvel Comics, Dad's Garage Theatre Company, McGill University, Shakespeare Theatre Company

 

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Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa was born in 1973 add something


1998

Although he wrote some plays in high school, it was after college, while working as a publicist at the Shakespeare Theatre, that he had an opportunity to attend a week-long playwriting workshop under Paula Vogel during her 1998-99 residency at Arena Stage in Washington, D.C. Vogel had invited area theaters to send their "resident playwrights" and company director Michael Kahn sent Aguirre-Secasa add something


2002

In 2002, "The Mystery Plays" received the Roger L. Stevens Award from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays add something


2003

New York International Fringe Festival - Other plays produced in 2003 were "The Mystery Plays" in New York, which had won a writing award the previous year from the Kennedy Center, and a hit production of "Say You Love Satan" at the 2003 New York International Fringe Festival add something

 

On April 4, 2003, Dad's Garage Theatre Company in Atlanta was scheduled to debut Aguirre-Sacasa's new play, "Archie's Weird Fantasy", which depicted Riverdale's most famous resident coming out of the closet and moving to New York add something


2006

Pedro Pascal - He has appeared Off-Broadway in "Maple and Vine" by Jordan Harrison, "Beauty of the Father" by Nilo Cruz, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's "Based on a Totally True Story", Trista Baldwin's "Sand", David Greenspan's "Old Comedy", Terrence McNally's "Some Men", and Shakespeare in the Park's 2006 production of "Macbeth"


2008

"Good Boys and True", about a graphic sex tape that begins circulating around an all-boys prep school outside Washington, D.C., premiered at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre in winter 2008 add something

 

In May 2008 Aguirre-Sacasa returned to the Fantastic Four with a miniseries tie-in to the company-wide "Secret Invasion" storyline concerning a years-long infiltration of Earth by the shape-shifting alien race, the Skrulls add something


2009

In summer 2009, the Round House Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland, premiered his play "The Picture of Dorian Gray", based on the novel by Oscar Wilde add something


2010

South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, California, presented the premiere of his play "Doctor Cerberus" in spring 2010 add something

 

That same year, Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Tonci Zonjic finished Marvel Comics' "Marvel Divas" miniseries, and he began working as a writer for the HBO series "Big Love", a position he continued in 2010 during the show's fourth season add something

 

In February 2010, he was announced to write the book for the musical adaption of the novel "American Psycho" add something

 

Spider-Man - Playbill.com, August 10, 2010 The music and lyrics were written by Bono and The Edge of the rock group U2, with a book by Julie Taymor, Glen Berger, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa


2011

In May 2011, Aguirre-Sacasa was hired as a co-producer and writer of "Glee" add something


2013

Aguirre-Sacasa wrote screen adaptation for the remake of Stephen King's "Carrie", scheduled for release October 2013 add something

 

London's Almeida Theatre said in April 2013 that Aguirre-Sacasa is writing the script for a musical based on Bret Easton Ellis' novel "American Psycho", to run December 3, 2013, to January 25, 2014 add something