Romulus Linney

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Romulus Linney is the author of three novels, short stories, essays, and over thirty plays, including The Sorrows of Frederick, Holy Ghosts, Heathen Valley, Childe Byron and 2, along with many adaptations, among them an Appalachian Peer Gynt and the stage version of Ernest J. Gaines's novel A Lesson Before Dying. Grants and awards include two OBIES - one for Sustained Achievement in Playwriting. He is a member of The Ensemble Theatre. He has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, which gave him its Award in Literature and its Award of Merit Medal for Drama.
 
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Credits

Author
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 A Lesson Before Dying Peter Norton Space 09/17/2000 Playwright
2 2: Goering at Nuremberg Primary Stages 05/10/1995 Playwright
3 FM/The Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks Signature Theatre 05/15/1992 Playwright
4 Ambrosio Signature Theatre 04/24/1992 Playwright
5 A Woman Without a Name Signature Theatre 01/30/1992 Playwright
6 Heathen Valley Signature Theatre 12/04/1991 Playwright
7 The Sorrows of Frederick Signature Theatre 10/10/1991 Playwright
8 April Snow New York City Center-Stage II 03/15/1988 Playwright
9 Childe Byron Circle Theatre 02/26/1981 Playwright
10 The Captivity of Pixie Shedman Marymount Manhattan Theatre 01/29/1981 Playwright
11 Old Man Joseph and His Family Westside Theatre (Upstairs) 01/25/1978 Playwright

Director
Production Theatre Opened Credit
1 FM/The Love Suicide at Schofield Barracks Signature Theatre 05/15/1992 Director
2 Ambrosio Signature Theatre 04/24/1992 Director
3 Heathen Valley Signature Theatre 12/04/1991 Director