Charles Fuller – Playwright
Charles H. Fuller Jr. (born March 5, 1939) is an African American playwright, best known for his play A Soldier’s Play, for which he received the 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Fuller was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1939, the son of Charles H. Fuller, Sr. and Lillian Anderson. He attended Roman Catholic High School and then Villanova University (1956–1958), then joined the U.S. Army in 1959, serving in Japan and South Korea. He left the military in 1962, and later studied at La Salle University (1965–1967), earning a DFA. He co-founded the Afro-American Arts Theatre Philadelphia
- The Village: A Party (also known as The Perfect Party), 1968
- An Untitled Play, 1970
- In My Many Names and Days, 1972
- The Candidate, 1974.
- In the Deepest Part of Sleep, 1974
- First Love (one-act), 1974.
- The Lay out Letter (one-act), 1975
- The Brownsville Raid, 1976
- Zooman and the Sign, 1982.
- A Soldier’s Play, 1982
- We, 1988
- Eliot’s Coming, 1988
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- “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on November 12, 2006. Retrieved 2006-08-06.
- Keeler, Matthew (Spring 2006). “Charles H. Fuller”. Pennsylvania Center for the Book. Penn State University. Archived from the original on May 15, 2013. Retrieved March 13, 2014.
- Charles Fuller at the Internet Broadway Database
- Charles Fuller on IMDb
- Charles Fuller at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
- A Soldier’s Story on IMDb
- Charles Fuller at doolee.com
Charles Fuller, Playwright, The Village, An Untitled play, In My Many Names and Days, The Candidate, In the Deepest Part of Sleep, First Love, The Lay Out Letter, Brownsville Raid, Zooman and the Sign, A Soldiers Play, We, Eliot’s Coming