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September 05, 2017

Bernard Pomerance

Bernard Pomerance was a playwright best known for his 1979 Tony Award-winning play The Elephant Man, which drew universal praise and ran for 916 performances.

In 1982, the play was adapted into a telefilm, starring Kevin Conway and Glenn Close. The production garnered a Golden Globe nomination and four Emmy nominations, winning for Penny Fuller’s supporting actress performance.

His other plays include Melons, starring Ben Kingsley; Quantrill in Lawrence; and High in Vietnam, Hot Damn.

Pomerance died August 26, 2017, in Galisteo, New Mexico. He was 76.

 

Bernard Pomerance was a playwright best known for his 1979 Tony Award-winning play The Elephant Man, which drew universal praise and ran for 916 performances.

In 1982, the play was adapted into a telefilm, starring Kevin Conway and Glenn Close. The production garnered a Golden Globe nomination and four Emmy nominations, winning for Penny Fuller’s supporting actress performance.

His other plays include Melons, starring Ben Kingsley; Quantrill in Lawrence; and High in Vietnam, Hot Damn.

Pomerance died August 26, 2017, in Galisteo, New Mexico. He was 76.

 

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