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That's what makes this a forum and not a play of which you are the playwright.
It soon sold out, and during the winter playwright and actor swept both major theatre awards.
The renowned playwright and author on the idea of crime.
It is a stratagem of the novelist no less than of the playwright to symbolize physically the moral nature of a character.
The playwright and the actors, whoever they are, will have plenty to work with.
In the end, her father suggested the poet and playwright.
So they decided to have a playwright write a play based on it.
For example, artists in residence have included a mosaicist and a playwright, among others.
As a novelist and playwright, he traveled around the world.

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