Bernard Pomerance, Playwright Of ‘The Elephant Man,’ Has Died

Bernard Pomerance, Playwright Of ‘The Elephant Man,’ Has Died
Pomerance wrote the Tony Award-winning play about the life of a very deformed man in Victorian England. It has been played hundreds of times, attracting top actors for the central role.

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