Dylan (play)

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Dylan is a 1964 play by Sidney Michaels.


It is based on Dylan Thomas in America by John Malcolm Brinnin, and Leftover Life to Kill by Caitlin Thomas, and is about the final years of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. At the 18th Tony Awards it was nominated for Best Play, and earned Alec Guinness (in the title role) the award for best performance. He was also awarded the Delia Austrian medal for his role.[1]


  1. ^ "Alec Guinness". Corbis. Retrieved 2013-12-13. He is starring in 'Dylan' at the Plymouth Theater. His newest honor is from the New York Drama League which voted that he receive their 1964 Delia Austrian Medal for "Distinguished Performance" on Broadway.

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