By Playbill Staff
12 Apr 2012
From the rock opera Rent, which returned to New York three years after its Broadway close, to A Streetcar Named Desire, which is re-envisioned for Broadway with a multi-ethnic cast, here is an overview of the eight Pulitzer Prize-winning shows that were seen on New York stages this season.
We've also included a look ahead at two Pulitzer-winning plays, Harvey and Picnic, that will open in the 2012-13 season. (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a 2011 Tony nominee, was also a Pulitzer Prize winner. The musical, which opened last season, continues at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre and stars singer-songwriter Nick Jonas).