Special Guest: Wendy Wasserstein

Saturday, February 05, 2005

In 1989 playwright Wendy Wasserstein won the Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for The Heidi Chronicles, a play which traces the coming of age of an art historian and a generation that thought it had the corner market on youth. Her other plays include The Sisters Rosensweig and An American Daughter. Wasserstein’s new book, Sloth, celebrates her favorite deadly sin.


Wendy Wasserstein

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