Episode 50 -Wasserstein
In an interview with Buzz McLaughlin, Wendy Wasserstein, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of The Heidi Chronicles, talks about developing an initial idea into something ‘stage worthy.’
Originally Recorded in 1993.
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Wendy Wasserstein was a Pulitzer prize-winning playwright as well as a screenwriter, and author. For her work Wendy received numerous awards including a Tony, Outer Critics Circle Awards, Drama Desk Award, Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, and the William Inge Award for Distinguished Achievement in American Theatre. She was also honored with an induction into American Theatre Hall of Fame in 2007.
Other Works Include: Any Woman Can’t (1973); Uncommon Women and Others (1978); Isn’t it Romantic (1981); Tender Offer (1983), The Man in a Case (1985); The Heidi Chronicles (1990); The Sisters Rosenwieg (1993); An American Daughter (1999); Old Money (2002); Third (2008).
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