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Romulus Linney (1930–2011)

Romulus Linney, the prolific American playwright, was born on September 21, 1930 in Philadelphia. He was the namesake of his great-grandfather, the Republican Congressman, Romulus Zachariah Linney, a Confederate Army veteran who represented North Carolina's 8th District from 1895-1901. Raised in North Carolina and Tennessee, Linney graduated from ... See full bio »

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Kinsey Rep B. Carroll Reece
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The American Parade
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 2004 Kinsey
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 1974 The American Parade (TV Mini-Series) (1 episode)
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 2009 Inside the Actors Studio (TV Series)
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"Unchanging Love," his stage adaptation of the Anton Chekhov short story "In the Hollow" (or "In the Ravine"), was produced to great notices by the Chicago theater The Artistic Home in the summer of 2006. Directed by Gillian Kelly, it featured Gary Houston, Betsy McKnight, George Dickson, Evelyn Kelly, Tera Dunlap, Peter ... See more »
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Release of his book, "Romanus Linney, Seventeen Short Plays". See more »

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