(From The New York Times, 3/24.)

Lanford Wilson, a Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright best known for “The Hot L Baltimore,” “Fifth of July,” and “Talley’s Folly,” died Wednesday morning of complications from pneumonia at the Kindred St. Joseph Hospital in Wayne, N.J. according to Marshall Mason, a friend and frequent collaborator. Mr. Wilson was 73 and lived in Sag Harbor, N.Y.


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