George S. Kaufman

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United States playwright who collaborated with many other writers including Moss Hart (1889-1961)

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When the 1931 tuner "Of Thee I Sing" was honored as the first musical to win a Pulitzer Prize, laurels were bestowed on its writers, George S.
With the recent revival of "June Moon," there may be new interest in Kaufman, but one of this show's problems is that if you don't come in knowing the legend, "By George" won't convince you that George S.
That would be director Tom Moore, whose resplendent revival of George S.
New York-based real estate developer, civic leader and philanthropist George S.
The 1927 musical ``Strike Up the Band'' is a delightful bit of fluff that has survived all these years because of its classic George and Ira Gershwin songs and the witty barbs of George S.
Plans for the construction of its seventh stage, a 15,000 to 18,000 square-foot sound stage and a 25,000 square-foot-plus support facility at Kaufman Astoria Studios (KAS) in Astoria (Queens), NY, were announced recently by George S.
The officials, along with dozens of uniformed officers, were lauded for their efforts by Fashion Center BID President George S.
The Antelope Valley College Theatre Arts Department will present the comedy ``You Can't Take It With You,'' by George S.
The Kaufman Organization's senior partner, George S.