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Will Eno

Will Eno Will is a Guggenheim Fellow, a Helen Merrill Playwriting Fellow, and, most proudly, an Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellow. In 2006, he was a Hodder Fellow at Princeton University, where he taught playwriting. He is a currently a Fellow of the Cullman Center at the New York Public Library. His play Thom Pain (based on nothing) ran for a year at the DR2 Theatre in New York and was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize. It has been translated into many languages and performed around the country and world. The Flu Season, which was read at the Edward Albee Theatre Conference in Alaska, was produced in London in 2003 and in New York in 2004. It won the Oppenheimer Award for best debut production in New York. The short play Intermission was published in the Antioch Review and was produced by EST as part of the One-Act Marathon. An excerpt of Tragedy: a Tragedy appeared in the June 2006 issue of Harper´s Magazine. Will´ work is published by Oberon Books in the U.K. and TCG in the U.S.