Neil Wechsler'sGrenadinehas been chosen as the second winner of the Yale Drama Series. The play was selected by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and contest judge Edward Albee.Grenadineis the fantastical story of a man's quest for love in the company of three devoted friends. Albee writes, "I found it highly original. . . . The questions the play asks and the answers it proposes are provocative; the play stretched my mind."
About the Yale Drama Series
Yale University Press, the Yale Repertory Theatre, and the David Charles Horn Foundation are proud co-sponsors of this major competition to support emerging playwrights. Each year's winner receives the David C. Horn Prize of $10,000, publication of the manuscript by Yale University Press, and a staged reading at Yale Repertory Theatre. For more information and complete rules for the Yale Drama Series, visit yalebooks.com.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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