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Richard Greenberg
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Richard Greenberg

One of America's most prolific playwrights, Richard Greenberg discusses the wave of media attention that has accompanied the current Broadway revival of Three Days of Rain, and its effect on him in a theatre season which has seen premieres of his new works on Broadway (A Naked Girl on the Appian Way at Roundabout), Off-Broadway (The House in Town at Lincoln Center), in Chicago (The Well-Appointed Room at Steppenwolf) and in Washington DC (Bal Masqué at Theater J).

Original air date - May 19, 2006
Running Time - 43:43

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