Author

A. R. Gurney

American playwright and novelist

1930   -   2017

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: Williams College, Yale School of Drama, St. Paul's School, Nichols School
occupation: author, novelist, librettist, writer
award received: Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT

Albert Ramsdell Gurney Jr. (November 1, 1930 – June 13, 2017) (sometimes credited as Pete Gurney) was an American playwright, novelist and academic. He is known for works including The Dining Room (1982), Sweet Sue (1986/7), and The Cocktail Hour (1988), and for his Pulitzer Prize nominated play Love Letters. His series of plays about upper-class WASP life in contemporary America have been called "penetratingly witty studies of the WASP ascendancy in retreat."
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Series

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Works

14

Love Letters

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Another Antigone

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Children

play by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Crazy Mary

play by A.R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Far East

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Indian Blood

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Post Mortem

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Sweet Sue

play written by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

Sylvia

play

author: A. R. Gurney

The Cocktail Hour

play by A. R. Gurney

author: A. R. Gurney

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