Ron Hutchinson


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Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Valli Dakshinamurthi

Film, TV & Theatre

Ron Hutchinson was Writer in Residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company and has had plays performed at the National Theatre, The Royal Court Theatre, the Goodman, the Public Theatre, the Mark Taper Forum and The Old Globe. Other stage plays include Moonlight and Magnolias, The Hook (adapted from Arthur Miller’s screenplay), Says I Says He, and Rat In The Skull, and adaptations of Mikhail Bulgakov's Flight, and The Master and Margarita, and Carl Zuckmayer's The Captain of Kopenick. In 2014 he directed his play about Tango, Flying Into Daylight, in its premier production. Its first foreign language production will be in Prague in 2018.  

Ron is a winner of the John Whiting Award and other awards including the Dramatist’s Circle Award. He is an Emmy-winning feature and television writer whose credits include Murderers Among Us, The Simon Wiesenthal Story, The Josephine Baker Story, The Burning Season, The Ten Commandments and Traffic; the miniseries.

Currently his six-part series based on corruption in the pharmaceutical industry is shooting in Dublin and Montreal. He lives and works in New York and has taught screenwriting at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and has recently returned to writing radio plays.