The Old Maid (play)

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The Old Maid is a 1935 play adapted by American playwright Zoë Akins from Edith Wharton's 1924 novella of the same name, included in the collection Old New York. It was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It ran for 305 performances at the Empire Theatre in 1935.

The Irish dramatist Arthur Murphy also wrote a play of the same name, which was first produced in 1761.

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