J.T. Rogers

LCT: Oslo (which played both the Mitzi E. Newhouse and Vivian Beaumont theaters at Lincoln Center Theater; then at the National Theatre, London; and in the West End), Blood and Gifts (also National Theatre, London; and La Jolla Playhouse). His additionalplays include One Giant Leap: The Apollo 11 Moon Landing, 50 Years On (New York Times/Town Hall), and The Overwhelming (National Theatre; UK tour with London’s Out of Joint; Roundabout Theatre Company). For Oslo, Rogers received the 2017 Tony, New York Critics Circle, Outer Critics, Drama Desk, Drama League, Lortel, and Obie awards; and was nominated for the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for Best Play. He has received a Guggenheim fellowship, three New York Foundation for the Arts fellowships, and is the recipient of the 2017 Irwin Piscator Award in recognition of his body of work. Rogers wrote the HBO film of “Oslo,”which was nominated for an Emmy for Best TV Movie and won the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Movie for Television. Additionally, Rogers is the creator, writer, and showrunner for “Tokyo Vice,currently streaming on Max. His plays are published by TCG Books and Dramatist Play Service, and his essays have appeared in the The New York Times, The Guardian, New Statesman, and American Theatre. He holds an honorary doctorate from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. 

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