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What play won the Pulitzer Prize in 1999?

What play won the Pulitzer Prize in 1999?

Concerto for Flute, Strings and Percussion, by Melinda Wagner.

Can a photo win a Pulitzer Prize?

First time the prize was awarded to a portfolio including color photos, 1975 to Matthew Lewis. This is a photo from Matthew Lewis’s 1975 entry, the first by a Washington Post photographer to win a Pulitzer Prize. The Pulitzer gallery at the Newseum is like a history lesson.

Who won the Pulitzer Prize in the field of photography?

The first woman and the second amateur photographer to receive the Pulitzer Prize for Photography award, Virginia Schau, took a dramatic image on her Kodak Brownie camera that had only two exposures left on the roll.

Who won the most recent Pulitzer Prize for Photography?

2017: E. Jason Wambsgans of Chicago Tribune “for a superb portrayal of a 10-year-old boy and his mother striving to put the boy’s life back together after he survived a shooting in Chicago.”

Why did wit win a Pulitzer Prize?

1999 Prize Winners For its striking collection of photographs of the key players and events stemming from President Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky and the ensuing impeachment hearings.

What is the biggest photography award?

The World’s Top 4 Most Prestigious International Photography Awards

  1. The IPA or International Photography Awards.
  2. Sony World Photography Awards.
  3. Monovisions Photography Awards.
  4. The National Geographic Photo Contest.

Is Wit a true story?

“Wit” is, at the surface, the story of a woman dying of stage-4 ovarian cancer. Vivian, played by Jan Radcliff, is a true scholar. She has dedicated her life to knowledge, especially to the poems of John Donne.

What is Wit by Margaret Edson about?

About Wit. In her 1991 play, Wit, Margaret Edson examines the internal life of an English professor suffering a terminal illness. As the professor nears the end of her life, she starts to ask hard questions about what she did wrong and also what comes next. The stage play itself has been critically lauded.

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