Lauren Gunderson | Samuel FrenchLauren Gunderson, at thirty-five, has had more than twenty works produced, and is currently the most produced playwright in the U. On a six-hour drive from San Francisco to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival a few years ago, the playwright Lauren Gunderson raised a question: What does American theatre need? Jane Austen. You know what people really love? Christmas and Jane Austen. And, though most playwrights also teach or work in television, she has managed to make a living, in San Francisco, by writing for the stage. A typical Gunderson protagonist resembles her author: smart, funny, collaborative, optimistic—a woman striving to expand the ranks of a male-dominated profession.
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In both instances, the two actors are determined to compile the First Folio and preserve the words that shaped their lives. After the death of their friend and mentor, Gunderson stipulated that all proceeds from the productions be given to charitable causes. Astonishing discoveries await Henrietta Leavitt as she maps distant stars in galaxies beyond our own. Ralph Alpher.
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Lauren Gunderson. She was named the most produced playwright in America by American Theatre Magazine in , was awarded the Lanford Wilson Award from Lauren is a playwright, screenwriter and short story author from Atlanta, GA. She co-authored the play "Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley" with Margot Melcon, which received a 3-way world premiere in and is now published at Dramatists Play Publishing. It is also one of the most produced plays in American for Wonderful and Her Dog! Wonderfrul will be released by Two Lions Publishing this fall.