Max Wilk - Plays

Plays

According to the "Internet Broadway DataBase":

  • Mr. Williams and Miss Wood: A two-character play, 42 pages, Dramatists Playservice (1990), ASIN: B0006EYAJW (Note: NOT an ISBN). This tribute to Audrey Wood and Tennessee Williams received staged readings at the National Playwrights Conference of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and New Dramatists in 1989
  • A Musical Jubilee (Musical, Revue) ran November 13, 1975-February 1, 1976
  • Cloud 7 (Comedy) ran February 14, 1958-February 22, 1958
  • Small Wonder (Musical, Revue) book by Wilk, ran September 15, 1948-January 8, 1949

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