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George C. Wolfe

 
Birth Place:
Frankfort, KY, USA
Bio:
Theatre directing credits include The Iceman Cometh, Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed (NY Drama Critics' Circle Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Musical); Lucky Guy; The Normal Heart (Drama Desk); Jelly's Last Jam (Drama Desk and Outer Critics ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: Frankfort, KY, USA

Bio:
Theatre directing credits include The Iceman Cometh, Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed (NY Drama Critics' Circle Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Musical); Lucky Guy; The Normal Heart (Drama Desk); Jelly's Last Jam (Drama Desk and Outer Critics ... (read complete bio)

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George C. Wolfe Biography

Theatre directing credits include The Iceman Cometh, Shuffle Along, or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed (NY Drama Critics' Circle Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Musical); Lucky Guy; The Normal Heart (Drama Desk); Jelly's Last Jam (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award); Angels in America: Millennium Approaches (Tony Award and Drama Desk) and Perestroika (Drama Desk); Bring in 'da Noise, Bring in 'da Funk (Tony and Drama League Award); Topdog/Underdog (Obie Award); Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 (Drama Desk); Elaine Stritch at Liberty (Tony for Special Theatrical Event); The Tempest; Caroline, or Change (Olivier Award Best Musical); and A Free Man of Color.
From 1993-2005 Wolfe was the Producer of The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival. He is the writer of the award-winning The Colored Museum, Shuffle Along..., he directed/adapted Spunk (Obie), and Harlem Song.
Wolfe directed and co-wrote the HBO film "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," as well as "Lackawanna Blues," for which he earned The Directors Guild Award and a National Board of Review Award.
He is the Chief Creative Officer of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, and from 2009-2017 served on The President's Committee for the Arts and the Humanities.
Additional awards include the Actors' Equity Paul Robeson Award, Society of Directors and Choreographers' Mr. Abbott and Callaway Awards, The Dramatists Guild's Hull-Warriner Award, The NAACP Lifetime Achievement Award, The Brendan Gill Prize, and The Monte Cristo Award.
Wolfe was named a Library Lion by the New York Public Library and a living landmark by the New York Landmarks Conservancy.

George C. Wolfe Awards and Nominations

 
Tony Awards - 2019 - Best Direction of a Play
George C. Wolfe, Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus
 
Tony Awards - 2018 - Best Direction of a Play
George C. Wolfe, The Iceman Cometh
 
Tony Awards - 2016 - Best Book of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed
 
Tony Awards - 2016 - Best Direction of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed
 
Tony Awards - 2013 - Best Direction of a Play
George C. Wolfe, Lucky Guy
 
BroadwayWorld Awards - 2011 - Best Direction of a Play Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, The Normal Heart
 
Drama Desk Awards - 2011 - Outstanding Director of a Play Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, The Normal Heart
 
Tony Awards - 2011 - Best Direction of a Play
George C. Wolfe, The Normal Heart
 
Drama Desk Awards - 2004 - Outstanding Director - Musical Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Caroline, or Change
 
Drama League Awards - 2004 - Founders Award for Excellence in Directing Gold Star
George C. Wolfe
 
Obie Awards - 2004 - Special Citations for his stewardship of the Public Theater Gold Star
George C. Wolfe
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 2004 - Outstanding Director of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, Caroline
 
Tony Awards - 2004 - Best Direction of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, Caroline, or Change
 
Obie Awards - 2002 - Direction Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Topdog / Underdog
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 2002 - Outstanding Director of a Play
George C. Wolfe, Topdog / Underdog
 
Tony Awards - 2000 - Best Book of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, The Wild Party
 
Tony Awards - 2000 - Best Musical
George C. Wolfe, The Wild Party
 
Drama League Awards - 1996 - Distinguished Achivement in Musical Theatre Gold Star
George C. Wolfe
 
Tony Awards - 1996 - Best Direction of a Musical Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk
 
Tony Awards - 1996 - Best Musical
George C. Wolfe, Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk
 
Tony Awards - 1996 - Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
George C. Wolfe, Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1994 - Best Director - Play Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992
 
Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1994 - Best Director - Play Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Angels in America
 
Tony Awards - 1994 - Best Direction of a Play
George C. Wolfe , Angels in America: Perestroika
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1993 - Outstanding Director - Pla
George C. Wolfe, Angels in America
 
Tony Awards - 1993 - Best Direction of a Play Gold Star
George C. Wolfe , Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1992 - Outstanding Book of a Musical Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Jelly's Last Jam
 
Drama Desk Awards - 1992 - Outstanding Director - Musical
George C. Wolfe, Jelly's Last Jam
 
Tony Awards - 1992 - Best Book of a Musical
George C. Wolfe, Jelly's Last Jam
 
Tony Awards - 1992 - Best Direction of a Musical
George C. Wolfe , Jelly's Last Jam
 
Obie Awards - 1990 - Direction Gold Star
George C. Wolfe, Spunk

George C. Wolfe News

Tickets On Sale Now for PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL in Chicago Photo Tickets On Sale Now for PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL in Chicago
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 19, 2023

Tickets are now on sale for the Chicago premiere of Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical. See who is starring in the production, and how to purchase tickets!

Ford's Theatre Legacy Commissions to Include Works By Cledge, Taylor and Hinge; Readi Photo Ford's Theatre Legacy Commissions to Include Works By Cledge, Taylor and Hinge; Readings Set for Next Month
by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 14, 2023

Ford's Theatre Society has announced its lineup and directors of new works to receive premiere readings in February 2023 as a ‚ÄúFirst Look‚ÄĚ of the Lincoln Legacy Commissions.

Meet the Cast of PICTURES FROM HOME, Beginning Previews on Broadway Tonight! Photo Meet the Cast of PICTURES FROM HOME, Beginning Previews on Broadway Tonight!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2023

 Pictures From Home begins previews tonight, January 13, at Studio 54 on Broadway. Opening night is Thursday, February 9, 2023. Meet the cast of Pictures From Home here!

Billy Porter to Sing John Bucchino's 'A Mama Like Mine' on Mariah Carey's CBS Christm Photo Billy Porter to Sing John Bucchino's 'A Mama Like Mine' on Mariah Carey's CBS Christmas Special
by Blair Ingenthron - Dec 18, 2022

Songwriter John Bucchino has revealed that Billy Porter will be performing his song 'A Mama Like Mine' on Mariah Carey's upcoming Christmas Special, MARIAH CAREY: MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!, airing Tuesday, December 20th on CBS.

PICTURES FROM HOME Box Office to Open Next Week Photo PICTURES FROM HOME Box Office to Open Next Week
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2022

Celebrate the laughter and joy of the holidays with a special box office opening of Pictures From Home beginning Monday, December 19 at Studio 54 on Broadway, coinciding with the beginning of Hanukkah.     

World Premiere of Bangla/English Bilingual Play PUBLIC OBSCENITIES to be Presented at Photo World Premiere of Bangla/English Bilingual Play PUBLIC OBSCENITIES to be Presented at Soho Rep in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 15, 2022

Soho Rep and the NAATCO National Partnership Project will present Public Obscenities, a bilingual play performed in Bangla and English from writer-director Shayok Misha Chowdhury, co-commissioned and produced by the two organizations, February 15-March 26, 2023.

Sh√° Cage Completes Residency At Cornerstone Theater Company With World Premiere Of 3 Photo Sh√° Cage Completes Residency At Cornerstone Theater Company With World Premiere Of 36 YESSES
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 9, 2022

This week, Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation (SDCF) shared that one of the inaugural SDCF Lloyd Richards New Futures Resident Artists, Shá Cage, is completing her residency with Cornerstone Theater Company by directing Michael John Garcés's play, 36 Yesses.

TAKE ME OUT Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Husband Justin Mikita Welcome Their Second  Photo TAKE ME OUT Star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Husband Justin Mikita Welcome Their Second Child
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 15, 2022

Tony Award-winning actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and husband Justin Mikita have welcomed their second child, a son named Sullivan Louis Ferguson-Mikita.

PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL to Play Chicago's Studebaker Theatre in Summer 2 Photo PERSONALITY: THE LLOYD PRICE MUSICAL to Play Chicago's Studebaker Theatre in Summer 2023
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 14, 2022

Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical is coming to Chicago! The new musical celebrating the life, career, and unforgettable songs of trailblazing Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legend Lloyd Price will play the beautifully renovated Studebaker Theatre at the historic Fine Arts Building Performances will begin on May 31, 2023. 

Review: GEORGE C WOLFE'S ‚ÄúTHE COLORED MUSEUM‚ÄĚ ON EXHIBIT at American Stage Photo Review: GEORGE C WOLFE'S ‚ÄúTHE COLORED MUSEUM‚ÄĚ ON EXHIBIT at American Stage
by Drew Eberhard - Nov 13, 2022

The Colored Museum a play with music was written by George C. Wolfe. The play premiered at the Crossroads Theatre in 1986 and was directed by L. Kenneth Richardson. Wolfe‚Äôs work is the focus of 11 individual sketches or ‚Äúexhibits‚ÄĚ and through these revues, recounts satirical and prominent themes and people throughout African-American History and Culture. As the second show in their 2022/2023 ‚ÄúThis is America‚ÄĚ Season, American Stage planned to stage this show as a way to redefine our ideas of what it means to be African American in Contemporary America. George C. Wolfe‚Äôs review show was the winner of the 1988 NAACP Image Award.

George C. Wolfe Videos

VIDEO: Billy Porter Reveals How the Arts 'Saved Him' on CBS MORNINGS Videoplay
VIDEO: Billy Porter Reveals How the Arts 'Saved Him' on CBS MORNINGS

by Michael Major - Oct 25, 2022

During an interview on CBS Mornings, Tony, Emmy, and Grammy winner Billy Porter discussed his upbringing and how the arts saved his life through his dark childhood. Porter also dished on his fashion, new music, having Ryan Murphy and Gayle King on his vision board, and more. Watch the new video interview now!

VIDEO: Billy Porter Discusses His Secret DREAMGIRLS Audition at 16-Years-Old on LATE  Videoplay
VIDEO: Billy Porter Discusses His Secret DREAMGIRLS Audition at 16-Years-Old on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS

by Michael Major - Aug 4, 2022

Billy Porter appeared on Late Night to discuss making his directorial debut with the new Prime Video film, Anything's Possible. During the interview Porter discussed his early love of musical theatre while growing up in Pittsburgh, telling the story of sneaking off to Chicago to secretly audition for Dreamgirls. Watch the new video now!

VIDEO: Billy Porter Performs on the BET Awards Videoplay
VIDEO: Billy Porter Performs on the BET Awards

by Michael Major - Jun 27, 2022

Billy Porter brought ballroom and house music to the BET Awards with an epic performance on Sunday night. Watch the video from the broadcast which also featured performances by Brandy, Jack Harlow, Lizzo, Mariah Carey, Latto, and more.

VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson on (Finally!) Being Invited to the Tonys Party Videoplay
VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson on (Finally!) Being Invited to the Tonys Party

by BroadwayWorld TV - Jun 7, 2022

Jesse Tyler Ferguson has been a treasured member of the Broadway community since his debut in the 1998 revival on On the Town. This season he returns to the stage as 'Mason' in Second Stage's revival of Take Me Out, in a performance which has earned him a career first- a Tony nomination!

BWW Exclusive: Creation of the Public Theater Explored in JOE PAPP IN FIVE ACTS Videoplay
BWW Exclusive: Creation of the Public Theater Explored in JOE PAPP IN FIVE ACTS

by Michael Major - Jun 1, 2022

In an exclusive clip, watch how Joe Papp, the founder of The Public Theater, Free Shakespeare in the Park and producer of groundbreaking plays like Hair, A Chorus Line and for colored girls…, turned a dilapidated building into what the Public Theater is today.

VIDEO: Watch the Trailer for AMERICAN MASTERS: JOE PAPP IN FIVE ACTS on PBS Videoplay
VIDEO: Watch the Trailer for AMERICAN MASTERS: JOE PAPP IN FIVE ACTS on PBS

by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2022

Ahead of the 60th Anniversary Season of Free Shakespeare in The Park at New York City's Delacorte Theater in Central Park, American Masters: Joe Papp in Five Acts tells the story of this indomitable, street-wise champion of the arts.

VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson Talks TAKE ME OUT, BROADWAY RISING, and More on THE TONIG Videoplay
VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson Talks TAKE ME OUT, BROADWAY RISING, and More on THE TONIGHT SHOW

by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022

Award-winning actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to discuss his starring role in Broadway's revival of TAKE ME OUT and more. Ferguson also shares details about fatherhood, including footage of his son. He shares a story with Fallon's special guest co-host, singer Shawn Mendes, about attending the Oscars party.

VIDEO: First Look at Theater Latté Da's JELLY'S LAST JAM Videoplay
VIDEO: First Look at Theater Latté Da's JELLY'S LAST JAM

by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 29, 2022

Theater Latté Da is presenting JELLY'S LAST JAM, the story of self-proclaimed inventor of jazz, Jelly Roll Morton. The area premiere production features an all Twin Cities-based cast including Reese Britts as Jelly Roll Morton and Andre Shoals as The Chimney Man.

VIDEO: Jose Llana Visits Backstage with Richard Ridge- Watch Now! Videoplay
VIDEO: Jose Llana Visits Backstage with Richard Ridge- Watch Now!

by Backstage With Richard Ridge - Dec 3, 2021

Watch as Richard Ridge chats with Broadway favorite Jose Llana, who will soon join Seth Rudetsky for Seth's Concert Series, airing Sunday, December 5 at 8pm ET.

VIDEO: Jose Llana Sings from COMPANY in Rehearsal for The Seth Concert Series Videoplay
VIDEO: Jose Llana Sings from COMPANY in Rehearsal for The Seth Concert Series

by BroadwayWorld TV - Dec 2, 2021

Jose Llana is the next guest on The Seth Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky! Watch him perform 'Being Alive' from Company in rehearsal for this weekend's concert.


George C. Wolfe Frequently Asked Questions

How many shows has George C. Wolfe written?
George C. Wolfe has written 10 shows including Paradise! (Bookwriter/Lyricist), Paradise! (Bookwriter), Queenie Pie (Libretto), The Colored Museum (Playwright), Urban Blight (Bookwriter), Spunk:Three Tales by Zora Neale Hurston (Adaptation), Jelly's Last Jam (Bookwriter), Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk (Source Material), The Wild Party (Bookwriter), Shuffle Along Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed (Book Writer).

What awards has George C. Wolfe been nominated for?
Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for The Iceman Cometh , Best Book of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed , Best Direction of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for Lucky Guy , Best Direction of a Play (BroadwayWorld Awards) for The Normal Heart , Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for The Normal Heart , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for The Normal Heart , Outstanding Director - Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Caroline, or Change , Founders Award for Excellence in Directing (Drama League Awards) , Special Citations for his stewardship of the Public Theater (Obie Awards) , Outstanding Director of a Musical (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Caroline , Best Direction of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Caroline, or Change , Direction (Obie Awards) for Topdog / Underdog , Outstanding Director of a Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Topdog / Underdog , Best Book of a Musical (Tony Awards) for The Wild Party , Best Musical (Tony Awards) for The Wild Party , Distinguished Achivement in Musical Theatre (Drama League Awards) , Best Direction of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk , Best Musical (Tony Awards) for Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk , Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre (Tony Awards) for Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk , Best Director - Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 , Best Director - Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Angels in America , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for Angels in America: Perestroika , Outstanding Director - Pla (Drama Desk Awards) for Angels in America , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for Angels in America: Millennium Approaches , Outstanding Book of a Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Jelly's Last Jam , Outstanding Director - Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Jelly's Last Jam , Best Book of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Jelly's Last Jam Best Direction of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Jelly's Last Jam and Direction (Obie Awards) for Spunk .

What awards has George C. Wolfe won?
Best Direction of a Play (BroadwayWorld Awards) for The Normal Heart, Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for The Normal Heart, Outstanding Director - Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Caroline, or Change, Founders Award for Excellence in Directing (Drama League Awards), Special Citations for his stewardship of the Public Theater (Obie Awards), Direction (Obie Awards) for Topdog / Underdog, Distinguished Achivement in Musical Theatre (Drama League Awards), Best Direction of a Musical (Tony Awards) for Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk, Best Director - Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Angels in America, Best Director - Play (Outer Critics Circle Awards) for Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 , Best Direction of a Play (Tony Awards) for Angels in America: Millennium Approaches Outstanding Book of a Musical (Drama Desk Awards) for Jelly's Last Jamand Direction (Obie Awards) for Spunk.