Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies reads from his early work and discusses developing his writing style for stage and screen with fellow Council Member Jeffrey Sweet.
Originally Recorded 1992
Extended Version Play Episode 29
Donald Margulies is a multi award-winning playwright whose work has been produced across the country. His numerous awards include the Lucille Lortel Award, an American Theatre Critics Award, two Los Angeles Drama Critics Awards, two OBIE Awards, two Dramatists Guild Hull-Warriner Awards, five Drama Desk Award nominations, two Pulitzer Prize nominations and one Pulitzer Prize. Mr. Margulies also received an Award in Literature from American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Cultural Achievement Award from the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, and the 2000 Sidney Kingsley Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Theatre by a playwright. Mr. Margulies is an alumnus of New Dramatists and has served on the council of The Dramatists Guild of America since 1993.
Donald Margulies’ Member Profile: https://www.dramatistsguild.com/memberdirectory/getmembership.aspx?cid=3721
Works Include: Found a Peanut; The Loman Family Picnic; The Model Apartment; Sight Unseen; What's Wrong with This Picture?; Shipwrecked! An Entertainment; Luna Park; July 7, 1994; Nocturne; Pitching to the Star; God of Vengeance; Dinner with Friends; Collected Stories; Brooklyn Boy; Time Stands Still.
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