Pearson Playwrights' Scheme (formerly Thames Television Theatre Writers Scheme) is a British organization established in 1973 to support theater writing. It runs the Pearson Award for Best New Play.
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... Winners of the Pearson Award for Best New Play, awarded annually since 1982 ... (Theatre Royal, Stratford) 1993 No award given Scheme taken over from Thames by Pearson ...
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