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Glen Berger

Glen Berger is an American playwright.[1]

Berger has received commissions from the Children’s Theater of Minneapolis, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Alley Theatre, and the Lookingglass Theater. He recently co-wrote the book for a musical adaptation of Spider-Man, directed by Julie Taymor with music and lyrics by Bono and The Edge of U2.[2]

He is an alumnus of New Dramatists.[3] He is currently working on a trilogy about America, psychedelics, and agriculture.


  • two Emmys (twelve Emmy nominations), writing over 100 episodes for children’s television series.[4]
  • 1998 Ovation Award for Best Play, for Great Men of Science, Nos. 21 & 22
  • A.S.K. Playwriting Award



External links

  • "Underneath the Lintel’ by Glen Berger, a one-man play featuring American actor Richard Schiff", All About Jewish Theatre, Judi Herman
  • "Glen Berger spins fantastic yarns in The Wooden Breeks" Time Out New York
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