Alan Brody
  ALAN BRODY is Associate Provost for the Arts and Professor of Theater at MIT. His play, Invention for Fathers and Sons, was the first winner of the annual Rosenthal Award at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park in 1989. The Company of Angels was the recipient of the 1990 Eisner Award from the Streisand Center for Jewish Culture in Los Angeles. The Housewives of Mannheim was cited as the Best Play of 1995 at the Harvest Festival of Plays at the Live Oak Theater in Austin, Texas, and was produced in Boston in 1998.
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