Playwrights Theatre Club
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The Playwright's Theatre Club was founded in Chicago, in 1953, by a group of young theater pioneers — Paul Sills, David Shepherd and Eugene Troobnick. Other members and participants included Elaine May, Sheldon Patinkin, Rolf Forsberg, Mike Nichols, Joyce Piven, Josephine Forsberg, Ed Asner, Barbara Harris, and many more. The theatre was noted for its original treatment of classic plays as well as original works.
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