Mac Wellman papers 1959-1999


Mac Wellman papers 1959-1999

Mac Wellman is an American-born playwright and poet. He is best known for his plays , , and , for which he won Obies in 1990 and 1991. The Mac Wellman papers include scripts, productions materials, poetry and prose, legal and financial papers, photographs and published materials. Terminal Hip Bad Penny Crowbar Sincerity Forever

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