Lambda Literary Award for Drama

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Lambda Literary Award for Drama
Awarded forLiterary Award for Drama
Sponsored byLambda Literary Foundation
DateAnnual
  • Lambda Literary Award

The Lambda Literary Award for Drama is an annual literary award, presented by the Lambda Literary Foundation to an LGBT-related literary or theatrical work. Most nominees are plays, or anthologies of plays; however, non-fiction works on theatre or drama have also sometimes been nominated for the award.

Honorees[edit]

Lambda Literary Award for Drama winners and finalists
Year Author Title Result Ref.
1995 Tony Kushner Angels in America: Perestroika Winner [1]
Cherrie Moraga Heroes and Saints & Other Plays Finalist [1]
Paul Rudnick Jeffrey
Carolyn Gage Second Coming of Joan of Arc
David Drake The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me
1996 Tony Kushner Slavs (Thinking About the Longstanding Problems of Virtue and Happiness) Winner [2]
Guinevere Turner and Rose Troche Go Fish Finalist [2]
Terrence McNally Love! Valour! Compassion!
Michael Kearns T-Cells and Sympathy
Eric Lane and Nina Shengold (eds.) The Actor's Book of Gay and Lesbian Plays
1997 Sue-Ellen Case Split Britches WInner [3]
Michael Kearns Acting=Life Finalist [3]
Rosemary Keefe Curb Amazon All-Stars
Holly Hughes Clit Notes
Mart Crowley Three Plays by Crowley
1998 Moises Kaufman Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde Winner [4]
Harry M. Benshoff Monsters in the Closet Finalist [4]
Chay Yew Porcelain and A Language of Their Own
Jonathan Larson Rent
Lillian Schlissel Three Plays by Mae West
1999 Holly Hughes O Solo Homo Winner [5]
Jim Grimsley and David Roman Mr. Universe and Other Plays Finalist [5]
D. A. Miller Place For Us
Sarah Schulman Stagestruck: Theater, Aids, and the Marketing of Gay America
Eve Ensler The Vagina Monologues
2000 Craig Lucas What I Meant Was Winner [6]
Terrence McNally Corpus Christi Finalist [6]
Laurence Senelick Lovesick
Deb Margolin Of All the Nerve
Steven Watson Prepare for Saints: Gertrude Stein, Virgil Thomson, and the Mainstreaming of American Modernism
2001 John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask Hedwig and the Angry Inch Winner [7]
Lisa Kron, Maureen Angelos, Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey and Babs Davy Five Lesbian Brothers Finalist [7]
Alina Troyano I, Carmelita Tropicana
Tom Donaghy The Beginning of August
Paul Rudnick The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told
2002 No award presented
2003 No award presented
2004 Brian Drader Prok Winner [8]
Ben Hodges Forbidden Acts Finalist [8]
C. E. Gatchalian Motifs & Repetitions & Other Plays
Mart Crowley The Band Plays
Robert Schanke Women in Turmoil: Six Plays
2005 Doug Wright I Am My Own Wife Winner [9]
Donald Reuter Fabulous! Finalist [9]
David Gere How to Make Dances in an Epidemic
Sharon Bridgeforth love conjure/blues
Claude J. Summers The Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater
2006 No award presented
2007 Tim Miller 1001 Beds Winner [10]
Steven Fales Confessions of a Mormon Boy Finalist [10]
Victor Bumbalo Questa
2008 Steve Susoyev and George Birimisa (eds.) Return to the Caffe Cino Winner [11][12]
Dan Bernitt Dose: Plays & Monologues Finalist [11]
Victor Bumbalo Niagara Falls
2009 Carolyn Gage The Second Coming of Joan of Arc Winner [13]
Dan Bernitt Phi Alpha Gamma Finalist [13]
Martin Duberman Radical Acts: Collected Political Plays
Scott Schofield Two Truths and a Lie
Vanda Vile Affections
2010 Mart Crowley The Collected Plays of Mart Crowley Winner [14]
Bonnie J. Morris Revenge of the Women's Studies Professor Finalist [14]
Kate Moira Ryan and Linda S. Chapman The Beebo Brinker Chronicles
2011 Maureen Angelos, Dominique Dibbell, Peg Healey and Lisa Kron Oedipus at Palm Springs: A Five Lesbian Brothers Play Winner [15][16]
Octavio Solis Lydia Finalist [17]
Daniel Talbott Slipping
Tarell Alvin McCraney The Brother/Sister Plays
Bryden MacDonald With Bated Breath
2012 Peggy Shaw A Menopausal Gentleman: The Solo Performances of Peggy Shaw Winner [18]
Anton Dudley Letters to the End of the World Finalist
Jonathan Tolins Secrets of the Trade
Jon Marans The Temperamentals
Madeleine George The Zero Hour
2013 David Greenspan The Myopia and Other Plays Winner [19]
Jon Marans A Strange and Separate People Finalist [19]
A. Rey Pamatmat Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them
C. E. Gatchalian Falling in Time
A. Rey Pamatmat Thunder Above, Deeps Below
2014 Michel Marc Bouchard Tom at the Farm Winner [20][21][22]
Adelina Anthony Las Hociconas: Three Locas with Big Mouths and Even Bigger Brains Finalist [21]
Djola Branner sash & trim and other plays
2015 Robert O'Hara Bootycandy Winner [23][24][25][26]
Daniel Pearle A Kid Like Jake Finalist [24]
Adelina Anthony The Beast of Times
Samuel D. Hunter The Whale
Steve Yockey Wolves
2016 Tanya Barfield Bright Half Life Winner [27][28]
Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron Fun Home Finalist [29]
Taylor Mac Hir
Deborah Salem Smith Love Alone
Bathsheba Doran The Mystery of Love and Sex
2017 Robert O'Hara Barbecue/Bootycandy Winner [30][31]
Lois Fine Freda and Jem’s Best of the Week Finalist [32]
Topher Payne Perfect Arrangement
2018 Audrey Cefaly The Gulf Winner [33][34]
Scott C. Sickles Composure Finalist [35]
Tom MacRae Everybody's Talking About Jamie
Trey Anthony How Black Mothers Say I Love You
Paula Vogel Indecent
2019 Mashuq Mushtaq Deen Draw the Circle Winner [36]
Daniel Alexander Jones Black Light Finalist [37]
Jen Silverman Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties
Miranda Rose Hall Plot Points in Our Sexual Development
Erin Markey Singlet
2020 Michael R. Jackson A Strange Loop Winner [38][39][40]
Liza Birkenmeier Dr. Ride's American Beach House Finalist [41][42]
Jordan Harrison The Amateurs
2021 Yilong Liu The Book of Mountains and Seas Winner [43][44][45]
Jacqueline Goldfinger Babel Finalist [46]
Liza Birkenmeier and Jill Sobule F*ck7thGrade
Sarah Einspanier House Plant
R. Eric Thomas Safe Space
2022 R. Eric Thomas Mrs. Harrison Winner [47]
Daniel Alexander Jones Love Like Light Finalist [48]
storäe michele mama [rose.]
Kheven LaGrone Pillow Talk
L M Feldman Thrive, or What You Will {an epic}

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