George S. Kaufman was a highly successful American theatre playwright during the golden age of Broadway between the two World Wars. During this career, he produced forty-five Broadway plays, the majority of which he wrote in collaboration with other authors, and directed his own work as well as several other popular plays and musicals. He was a founding member of the Algonquin Round Table and was awarded two Pulitzer Prizes for drama, including the first Pulitzer ever awarded to a musical.
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This file consists of four copies of a play written by George Kaufman. It may have been used by Henry Karpus and Russell Bradley as reference material.