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Harry Granick Biography (1898-1998)
Born January 23, 1898, in Nova Kraruka, Russia: immigrated to United States,1905, naturalized citizen, 1918; son of Joseph (a teacher in Russia, factoryworker in United States) and Lisa (Tishkofsky) Granick; married Ray Weiss (alibrarian), February 3, 1924; children: David. Granick died on June 10, 1998in New York, New York. Addresses: HOME--100 La Salle St., New York, NY10027. AGENT--c/o Bertha Klausner, International Literary Agency, Inc., 71 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016.
Harry Granick continues to be active writing plays. He told CTFT: "I have written five plays in the last five years. At eighty-plus, I'm still being pushed to it and hopeful."
Granick died on June 10, 1998 in New York, New York.
- Birth Details
- January 23, 1898
- Nova Kraruka, Russia
- Death Details
- June 10, 1998
- New York, New York
- PLAYS,PRODUCED (Coauthor) Dear Mother, Roerich Theatre (now Equity Library Theatre), New York City, 1937.
- Age of the Common Man (tone poem, choral), Carnegie Hall, New York City,1943.
- Warsaw Ghetto (tone poem), Carnegie Hall, 1947.
- Reveille Is Always, Young Men's Hebrew Association, New York City, 1947.
- The Criminals, Smithtown, NY, 1949.
- Witches' Sabbath, Syracuse University, NY, 1951, Madison Avenue Playhouse, New York City, 1962.
- The Guilty, Margo Jones Theatre, Dallas, TX, 1954.
- The Hooper Law, Margo Jones Theatre, 1955.
- The Bright and Golden Land, PAF Playhouse, Huntington, NY, 1977, ShelterWest Theatre, New York City, 1979.
- With the Morningside Players, New York City (one-acts): The Man Who KnewOle Abe, Florabelle for President, Shall We Ever Know, Let's All Take a Ride,1983-87.
- And Still Is Love, Valley Players, VT, 1984.
- The Long Smoldering, Riverside Church, New York City, 1985.
- PLAYS,UNPRODUCED "Promenade and Around We Go," 1968.
- "Hells of Dante," 1968.
- "Pigeons," 1972.
- "The Jew of Venice," 1975.
- "Two for One," 1978.
- (Contributor to anthology) American Stuff, Viking, 1937.
- Run, Run!, Simon & Schuster, 1939.
- Underneath New York, Rinehart & Company, 1947.
- "Witches' Sabbath," First Stage, Purdue University, 1961-62.
- Great Adventure, 1934-54.
- Contributor of poems, stories, and articles to magazines.
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