Frederick Fox

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Please note that this bio was last published in the 1979 or 1980 City Calendar
It may be seriously out of date, and Englewoodbook.org appreciates any contribution to update it.

Frederick Fox

Frederick Fox
Nationality American
Home town Englewood, NJ
Spouse(s) Margery Q. Fox

Frederick Fox - is a member of United Scenic Artists, and received the Donaldson Award for his setting for Darkness at Noon in 1951. He has designed dozens of Broadway shows including Anna Lucasta, The Two Mrs Carrols, Dear Ruth, John Love; Mary (settings and lighting), Light Up The Sky, and, They Knew What They Wanted, in addition to productions for the Metropolitan Opera Co., and television. Upon returning to the field of architecture, he renovated and re-styled the St. James Theater in NYC, the Schubert Theater in Philadelphia and theater: in Boston, Mass. He spent the last seven years in the Pacific area as a designer and architectural consultant for projects in Guam, Hong Kong, Tahiti, and Hawaii. Mr. Fox is presently working on the remodeling and replanning of the Hampton Day School in Bridgehampton Long Island. [1]



References

  1. Staff Writer. "1979 City of Englewood Calendar". Calendar. City of Englewood.