Resident playwright University Texas, 1945. Lecturer Columbia University, New York City, 1946-1949. Head drama department Bennington (Vermont) College, Vermont, 1949-1951.
Staff Tanglewood, 1950. Member Chicago Federal Theatre, 1936-1938, Barter Theatre, 1938, Group Theatre, 1939, Theatre Inc., 1945 (founding), Chekhov Theatre Studio, 1941, Actors Studio, 1963. Playwright, lecturer, associate professor University Illinois, 1949.
Visiting lecturer in playwriting State University of New York Stony Brook, 1967-1968. Occupied John Cranford Adams Chair in Literature, Hofstra University, 1970-1971. United States Exchange Lecturer, Trinity College, Dublin, 1958-1959.
- The Bear Who Loved Puccini
- Robert Remsen "Barefoot" Rainfeld follows his dream of becoming an opera singer, and his persistence and dedication pay off when he is finally invited to sing Puccini at La Scala.
- Narratives of the Great War in Africa: Personal Experiences of Two Soldiers in the East African & South West African Campaigns of the First World War
- Two brilliant first hand accounts from the First World War in Africa The First World War in Africa has always been a subject of fascination for military historians.
- The Lowland Sea By Sundgaard & Wilder Chorus Parts A
- The Lowland Sea Libretto by Arnold Sundgaard Music by Alec Wilder Chorus parts ~ A (For professional or large groups) Published by G.
- The Lamb and the Butterfly
- Eric Carle and Arnold Sundgaard's classic tale is now available in a redesigned edition.
Born October 31, 1909
1946 - 1949
1949 - 1951