G. R. Point

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G. R. Point is a play about the Vietnam War, by American playwright and Vietnam war veteran David Berry.

The G.R. in title stands for "Graves Registration", with the play focusing on soldiers who task it is to package the dead in black plastic bags for shipment back to the States.[1]

G. R. Point, Berry's first play, won an Obie Award for Distinguished Playwriting and a Drama Desk Nomination for Best New American Play in 1977.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Dagger of Pain". Time. 1977-04-25. Retrieved 2009-03-25.