Paula Vogel is an American playwright who received the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for the play How I Learned to Drive. A longtime professor, Vogel spent most of her academic career - from 1984 to 2008 - at Brown University, where she was Adele Kellenberg Seaver Professor of Creative Writing, overseeing the Youth Writing program and helping to establish the Brown / Trinity Rep Consortium. From 2008 to 2012, Vogel was Professor of Drama Eugene O'Neill and Head of Department at the Yale School of Drama, as well as Writer at Residence at the Yale Drama Theater.
|Born||November 16, 1951, Washington, D.C, U.S.|
|Education||Bryn Mawr College, Catholic University (BA), Cornell University (MA, PhD)|
|Notable awards||Pulitzer Prize for Drama (1998)|
|IMDb||Paula Vogel's IMDb|
American playwright who won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for How I Learned to Drive, in 1998. She also wrote The Baltimore Waltz.
She graduated from Cornell University in 1976 and rose to prominence with her Obie award-winning play The Baltimore Waltz in 1992.
She was honored by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in 2003 when they created the annual Paula Vogel Award in Playwriting.
Her father, Donald, was an advertising executive and her mother, Phyllis, was a secretary for the United States Postal Service Training and Development Center. She married Anne Fausto-Sterling in 2004.
She won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, as did Michael Cristofer.
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Latest information about Paula Vogel updated on June 07 2021.