Pulitzer Prize for Drama  

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Awards and nominations

1910s

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1920s

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1930s

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1940s

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1950s

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Multiple winners

Only a few playwrights have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama more than once.

  • Eugene O'Neill has won the prize four times-- more than any other playwright. He won in 1920, 1922, 1928, and 1957.
  • George S. Kaufman won the award twice, once in 1932 and once in 1937. Both times he won the award for a collaborative work.
  • Robert E. Sherwood won the award in 1936, 1939, and 1941.
  • Thornton Wilder won in 1938 and 1943.
  • Tennessee Williams won the award in 1948 and 1955.
  • August Wilson won the award in 1987 and 1990.
  • Edward Albee won the award in 1967, 1975 and 1994. He is the last repeat winner to win, although August Wilson is the last playwright to become a repeat winner.




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