After eight years of reading and listening to period music, Paula Vogel has written A CIVIL WAR CHRISTMAS, a music/theatre piece that takes place in Washington, DC, Christmas Eve, 1864. The first and second readings were at Arena Stage, April-June 2006. Read at the Trinity Repertory Company retreat this past August, the play is currently in development for production in 2007.
Paula Vogel continues to explore adaptations for the stage and music/theatre. She remains interested in tackling an adaptation of William Wycherley's THE COUNTRY WIFE, and other works.
Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive won the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for drama. Her other plays include the Obie-award winning The Baltimore Waltz, as well as Hot N Throbbing, Desdemona, The Mineola Twins, The Long Christmas Ride Home, And Baby Makes Seven and The Oldest Profession. Her plays are published as The Mammary Plays and The Baltimore Waltz and Other Plays.
PAULA VOGEL, ABD, BA
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