William Inge Biography

William Inge
William Inge

William Motter Inge, (1913-1973), American playwright, born in Independence, Kansas. He wrote four Broadway hits: Come Back, Little Sheba (1950); Picnic (1953), which won both the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1953; Bus Stop (1955); and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1957). Inge received an Academy Award in 1961 for best original screenplay for Splendor in the Grass (1961).
(Bios taken from MSN Encatra Online Encyclopedia)

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Recent Performances of works by William Inge
Production/Credit WhereOpening Night
Bus Stop Yardley Players 10/16/2009
Splendor In The Grass ...... (Based on the story) Collaborative Act Studio 8/16/2007
Bus Stop Barn Theatre 1/12/2007
Summer Brave Bergen County Players 2/18/2006
Bus Stop Monmouth Players 1/30/2004
Picnic Radburn Players 11/15/2002
Bus Stop First Avenue Playhouse 3/2/2001
Bus Stop Somerset Valley Players 2/16/2001
Bus Stop Teaneck New Theatre 11/3/2000
Bus Stop Carnival Productions 2/25/2000
Bus Stop Bergen County Players 2/19/1999
Picnic Players Theater Company 5/1/1992
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