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Elmer Rice

American playwright

1892   -   1967

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: New York Law School
occupation: writer, playwright, screenwriter, poet lawyer, film producer, theatrical director
award received: Pulitzer Prize for Drama

Elmer Rice (born Elmer Leopold Reizenstein, September 28, 1892 – May 8, 1967) was an American playwright. He is best known for his plays The Adding Machine (1923) and his Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of New York tenement life, Street Scene (1929).
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Dream Girl

play written by Elmer Rice

author: Elmer Rice

Not for Children

play written by Elmer Rice

author: Elmer Rice

Street Scene

play written by Elmer Rice

author: Elmer Rice

The Adding Machine

1923 play by Elmer Rice

author: Elmer Rice

On Trial

play by Elmer Rice

author: Elmer Rice

1914

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