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  2. George C. Wolfe - Wikipedia

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    George Costello Wolfe (born September 23, 1954) is an American playwright and director of theater and film. He won a Tony Award in 1993 for directing Angels in America: Millennium Approaches and another Tony Award in 1996 for his direction of the musical Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk.

  3. George C. Wolfe's Biography - The HistoryMakers

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    Born: September 23, 1954 Birth Location: Frankfort, Kentucky Biography Digital Archive Digital Library Playwright and artistic director George C. Wolfe was born on September 23, 1954 in Frankfort, Kentucky. His mother, a teacher, was among the first African Americans to study library science through the University of Kentucky Extension Program.

  4. Bio: Playwright and artistic director George C. Wolfe was born on September 23, 1954 in Frankfort, Kentucky. Wolfe attended the Rosenwald Laboratory School, where he discovered an interest in staging and directing. As a teenager, Wolfe attended a summer theater workshop at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and began directing plays.

  5. George C. Wolfe - IMDb

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    Play trailer with sound 2:39 George Wolfe was raised in the state capital of Kentucky, Frankfort. As a member of the Frankfort High School Senior class of 1972, he was one of the leading lights of the drama club and a writer for the literary magazine. George left Frankfort in 1972, but returned many years later as a favored son.

  6. George C. Wolfe - Biography - IMDb

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    Mini Bio (1) George Wolfe was raised in the state capital of Kentucky, Frankfort. As a member of the Frankfort High School Senior class of 1972, he was one of the leading lights of the drama club and a writer for the literary magazine. George left Frankfort in 1972, but returned many years later as a favored son.

  7. George C. Wolfe (1954- ) • - BlackPast.org

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    George C. Wolfe (1954- ) February 29, 2020 contributed by: Kianna Wright George C. Wolfe Fair use image George Costello Wolfe is one of the most celebrated American playwrights and directors of theater and film. Known for his five Tony Awards, Wolfe was born in Frankfort, Kentucky on September 23, 1954.

  8. George C. Wolfe Biography - eNotes.com

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    Word Count: 954. George Costella Wolfe is an eminent playwright, producer, actor, and director in American theater. Born in Frankfort, Kentucky, and raised with three siblings (the youngest died ...

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  9. George C. Wolfe | Encyclopedia.com

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    George C. Wolfe 1954 – Playwright, stage director, producer Found Love of Theater Early Made a Name as Playwright and Director On the “ A-List ” Selected works Sources In the spring of 1993 George C. Wolfe was named the new head of the New York Shakespeare Festival, one of Manhattan ’ s most influential theater projects.

  10. George C. Wolfe - Interview Magazine

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    It would be difficult to overstate George C. Wolfe’s status on Broadway. He is a lion of the theater, a legend within that weird, wonderful netherworld set mostly in the middle of Manhattan but which occupies an altogether different, recessed, and almost occult part of our culture—the darkened, spotlit stage of heightened human drama.