Playwright Max G. Weine dies

His work was produced Off Broadway

Playwright Max G. Weine died Dec. 18 in New York of complications from Parkinson’s disease and prostate cancer. He was 89.

Weine’s plays, “The Love of Two Hours” and “Brandy Before Breakfast” were produced Off Broadway. His Off Off Broadway plays included “Appetites,” “Mixed Doubles,” “Harmony House,” “A Sublime Scandal,” “A Touch of Intimacy” and “Tales of Women,” which was made into a film but not yet released.

A graduate of Rutgers U. and a student of dramatic writing with Lajos Egri, Weine spent two years at HB Studios studying acting and directing before he received a full scholarship to the Gene Frankel Workshop.

Weine was a member of the Dramatists Guild.

There were no immediate survivors.

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