Author: Attilio Favorini,Gillette Elvgren
Publisher: Univ of Pittsburgh Pr; First Edition edition (August 1, 1992)
Category: Dramas & Plays
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Elvgren, Gillette; Favorini, Attilio, 1943-. Steel industry and trade. Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press.
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a docudrama in three acts. by Gillette Elvgren, Attilio Favorini. Published 1992 by University of Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh. Drama, History, Steel industry and trade, Drama texts, plays, Iron, steel & metals industries, Pittsburgh Region, Plays, Drama, Plays, American, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh (P. Places. Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh (P., Pittsburgh Region. Includes bibliographical references.
These are the published works of author Gillette Elvgren. Steel City: A Docudrama In Three Acts - ISBNdb (books and publications). author: Gillette Elvgren.
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Attilio Favorini is the recipient of a Playwriting Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
Attilio Favorini is the recipient of a Playwriting Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Of his five plays, Steel/City (written with Gillette Elvgren) was named on the Ten Best List of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in 1976 and as Best Production of the Year by the City Paper in 1992. Steel/City was further honored by an invitation to the Smithsonian Institution's Festival of American Folklife. Scenes from the play were performed at the 1992 National Convention of the United Steelworkers of America. The play has been published by the University of Pittsburgh Press.