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Nancy Donohue
NANCY DONOHUE (Playwright) originally an actress (The Runner Stumbles: Sister Reita, Broadway; The Workroom: Simone, Center Stage) turned to playwright in 1978 and a year and a half later had a production of an early version of The Beach House at the Long Wharf Theatre. The rewritten script was awarded a Drama League Playwrights Assistance Grant and subsequently won the ABC Playwrights Award. She is a member of the Circle Rep Playwrights Lab and of the playwrights group at the Manhattan Theater Club, both of New York City. She has written two more plays: Despearate Measures and Warning Signals (which was given a staged reading at the Manhattan Theater Club) and a screenplay. She holds a B.A. from Connecticut College. She lives in Brooklyn, teaches acting at Marymount Manhattan College, The New York State Summer School of the Theatre, and privately, and studies with Uta Hagen.

Bio as of December, 1986.



American Theatre Wing programs, interviews and/or credits include:

Working in the Theatre (video)
Playwright and Director - April, 1987 - Watch now.

Internet Broadway Database Listing (IBDB.com)