Denver Theatre Center Honors Playwright Berman With Primus Prize

News   Denver Theatre Center Honors Playwright Berman With Primus Prize
 
Playwright Brooke Berman has won the 1998 Francesca Primus Prize for her play Wonderland, a satire of contemporary life in New York and Hollywood. The award is given out every year to a woman playwright by DCTC and the Francesca Ronnie Primus Foundation. Primus was a critic and columnist.

Playwright Brooke Berman has won the 1998 Francesca Primus Prize for her play Wonderland, a satire of contemporary life in New York and Hollywood. The award is given out every year to a woman playwright by DCTC and the Francesca Ronnie Primus Foundation. Primus was a critic and columnist. Berman's works have been produced and/or read at Dance Theatre Workshop, One Dream, Naked Angels, and Soho Rep. She lives in New York City.

The prize carries a cash award of $3,000, as well as a residency and a rehearsed public reading of the play at DCTC in early June. The company also retains the right to present a full production of the work. DCTC is the recipient of a special Tony for Regional Theatre this year.

-- By Robert Simonson

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