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Steven Drukman
STEVEN DRUKMAN In 1999, Drukman received a Ph.D. from New York University, where he is currently a full-time professor. Drukman spent many years writing for the Arts and Leisure section of The New York Times. He wrote Going Native which premiered in 2002 at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut. One of his best known works is Another Fine Mess, a Pulitzer nominee in 2003. Drukman is also the author of two adaptations of plays by Aleksandr Ostrovsky, titled Flattery Will Get You (often translated as Diary of a Scoundrel) which premiered at Connecticut Repertory Theatre, and Snowmaiden, which premiered at the Bob Hope Theater in Dallas, Texas. In addition, he is an actor who appeared in the 2006 film East Broadway. Drukman's play In This Corner premiered at The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, CA and won the Critics' Circle "Best New Play" award. Steven Drukman's newest play, The Innocents, has been commissioned by Naked Angels Theatre Company.

Bio as of May, 2009.



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

SDCF Masters of the Stage (audio)
2003 Symposium: Digital Media - June, 2003 - Listen Now.
Richard Foreman - April, 1997 - Listen Now.