Adam Rapp (novelist)
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Who is Adam Rapp?
Adam Rapp is an award-winning American novelist, playwright, screenwriter, musician and director. His play, Red Light Winter, was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2006.
- born on (47 years ago) in Joliet, child of Douglas Rapp and Mary Lee Baird
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Film director, screenwriter, author, playwright, actor, novelist, musician
- written works: "33 Snowfish", "Little Chicago", "Stone cold dead serious, and other plays", "Under the wolf, under the dog", "The copper elephant", "The Year of Endless Sorrows", "Missing the Piano", "The buffalo tree", "Decelerate Blue", "Plays by Adam Rapp", "Punkzilla", "Through the Yellow Hour", "Red Light Winter", "The Hallway Trilogy", "Essential Self-Defense", "Bingo with the Indians", "Blackbird", "Nocturne"
- filmography: played Lee in "Almost In Love"
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- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Pulitzer Prize for Drama - "Red Light Winter"
- nominated to Outer Critics Circle Award for John Gassner Playwriting Award - "Red Light Winter"
- Obie Award for Special Citations - "Red Light Winter"
- nominated to Michael L. Printz Award - "Punkzilla" (Honor Book)
- nominated to GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Los Angeles Theater - "Bingo with the Indians"
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