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Who is Allan Havis?
Allan Havis is a playwright with pronounced political themes and probes on colliding cultures. His works range from minimal-language texts to ambiguous, ironic narratives that delineate the genesis, paradoxes, and seduction of evil. Several of his dramas involve Jewish identity, cultural alienation, and universal problems of racism. His literary influences come, in part, from August Strindberg and Harold Pinter.
- born on (63 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Master of Fine Arts (Theatre) at Yale School of Drama, graduated in
- profession: Playwright
- written works: "Albert the astronomer", "Haut Goût", "Plays by Allan Havis", "Haunting of Jim Crow", "American Political Plays"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (Drama & Performance Art)
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