Author

Richard Greenberg

American playwright and television writer

1958   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Harvard University, Princeton University, Yale School of Drama
occupation: writer, playwright

Richard Greenberg (born February 22, 1958) is an American playwright and television writer known for his subversively humorous depictions of middle-class American life. He has had more than 25 plays premiere on and off-broadway in New York City and eight at the South Coast Repertory Theatre (Costa Mesa, California), including The Violet Hour, Everett Beekin, and Hurrah at Last.Greenberg is perhaps best known for his 2003 Tony Award winning play, Take Me Out about the conflicts that arise after a Major League Baseball player nonchalantly announces to the media that he is gay. The play premiered in London and ran in New York as the first collaboration between England's Donmar Warehouse and New York's Public Theater. After its Broadway transfer in early 2003, Take Me Out won widespread critical acclaim for Greenberg and numerous prestigious awards.
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works

7

A Naked Girl on the Appian Way

play written by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

Take Me Out

play by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

2004

The American Plan

play by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

The Violet Hour

play written by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

Three Days of Rain

play by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

Eastern Standard

play written by Richard Greenberg

author: Richard Greenberg

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