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Pulitzer-winning playwright Lynn Nottage (pictured above) and director George C. Wolfe (“Lucky Guy,” “Angels in America”) have signed on to a brewing Broadway musical adaptation of Marcel Camus’ 1959…
The Lark Play Development Center and Playwrights of New York have awarded the 2013-14 Playwrights of New York fellowship to Kimber Lee, who nabs one of the heftiest legit development awards out…
"Intimate Apparel" wears well. The Pasadena Playhouse revival of Lynn Nottage's award-winning 2003 drama, set at the turn of the century, boasts first and foremost a luminous lead performance by…
Lynn Nottage's "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" indicts the industry's checkered minority record while exploring our own fractured relationship with our movie memories.
Hollywood bio-dram about the demeaning career options for black actresses going back to the 1930s smartly showcases scribe's comic gifts.
Oprah Winfrey may star in an HBO Films adataptation of Lynn Nottage's play "Ruined."
The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Memorial Trust has selected Lynn Nottage for its 2010 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.
Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama is both gripping entertainment and a call to conscience.
Chicago honored its own Monday as local productions of recent Broadway shows and homegrown Pulitzer winner "Ruined" led the charge at the Joseph Jefferson Equity Awards.
Sexual violence against women as a side effect of civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the kind of subject most of us read about in a Nicholas Krystof column or watch on a CNN report…
Lynn Nottage takes on one of playwriting's toughest challenges -- the dramatization of distant, gruesome political realities -- in her elegant and eloquent new work, "Ruined."