Adam ?)- Rapp (1968()
Best Book for Young Adults and Best Book for Reluctant Readers, American Library Association, both 1995, both for Missing the Piano; Brodkin scholarship, National Playwright's Conference, and Camargo Foundation fellowship to France, both 1997, both for True-blinka; Princess Grace fellowship for playwriting, 1999; Roger L. Stevens Award from the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays, 2000; Suite Residency with Mabou Mines, 2000; two Lincoln Center Lecomte du Nouy Awards; Elliott Norton Award for Best New Script, Best New Play selection, Independent Reviewers of New England, and selected as one of the ten Best Plays of 2000-2001, Chronicle of U.S. theater, all for Nocturne; Helen Merrill Award, 2001.
Brief BiographiesBiographies: Dudley Randall Biography - A Poet from an Early Age to Ferrol Sams Jr BiographyAdam ?)- Rapp (1968() Biography - Awards, Honors, Sidelights - Personal, Addresses, Career, Writings