Paula A. Vogel Biography (1951-)



Born November 16, 1951; daughter of Donald Stephen (in advertising) and Phyllis Rita (a secretary; maiden name, Bremerman) Vogel. Addresses: OFFICE--Graduate Writing Program, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912.

"I owe a great deal to the encouragement and advice of three people: Beth Eisenberg, Gordon Edelstein, and David Savran. My writing has benefited from working with them enormously."

Nationality
American
Gender
Female

Famous Works

Recent Updates

November 5, 2003: Vogel's play The Long Christmas Ride Home opened November 4, 2003, at the Vineyard Theater in New York. The production wasdirected by Mark Brokaw. Source: New York Times, www.nytimes.com, November 5, 2003.September 27, 2004: Vogel's play The Oldest Profession was revived in New York in a production by the Signature Theater Company at the PeterNorton Space. Source: New York Times, www.nytimes.com, September 27, 2004.December 6, 2004: Vogel's 1992 play, The Baltimore Waltz, was revived by the Signature Theater Company in New York in a production at the Peter Norton Space. Source: New York Times, www.nytimes.com, December 6, 2004.March 9, 2005: Vogel's play Hot 'n Throbbing opened in New Yorkat the Peter Norton Space in a production by the Signature Theater Company.The play concludes the company's season, which was devoted exclusively to Vogel's work. Source: Yahoo! News, http://news.yahoo.com, March 9, 2005.



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