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Pulitzer Prize Drama—It Takes a Family….

Minus a few skipped years, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama has been awarded since 1917. The winners have included both stood-the-test-of-time classics and more obscure titles from authors rarely heard from since. But as I revisit a handful of my … Continue reading

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Review: A Few Great Plays You May Have Missed…

I’ve been a theatre-goer and play-reader since age 5. As I get older, I revere the “classics” ever more—works by Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, Eugene O’Neill, Hellman, Hansberry, and others. Fortunately, these plays are still periodically revived on stage for … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Play’s The Thing – 3 Classic Dramas

“Standing the test of time”… A cliche, to be sure, but as three of the greatest plays ever written continue to show us, there is at least some truth in advertising! These American classics from decades past not only display superb writing … Continue reading

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