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... The Lady's Not for Burning 1951 William Foyle Poetry Prize for Venus Observed 1951 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for The Lady's Not for Burning 1952 New York ...
... The House of Blue Leaves won the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best American Play in 1971 and four Tony Awards for its 1986 revival at Lincoln Center ... Two Gentlemen of Verona won both the Tony Award and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical in 1972 ... Guare also received the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lyrics ...
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