Pulitzer Prize for Drama Winners

In our fol­low up to this past week’s arti­cle con­grat­u­lat­ing Clybourne Park for win­ning the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, here is a list of all of the pre­vi­ous win­ners: (and for those of you play­ing along at home, last years win­ner was the musi­cal Next to Normal).

2010: Next to Normal, by Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt
2009: Ruined, by Lynn Nottage
2008: August: Osage County, by Tracy Letts
2007: Rabbit Hole, by David Lindsay-Abaire
2006: No award
2004-05: Doubt, by John Patrick Shanley
2003-04: I Am My Own Wife, by Doug Wright
2002-03: Anna in the Tropics, by Nilo Cruz
2001-02: Topdog/​Underdog, by Suzan-Lori Parks
2000-01: Proof, by David Auburn
1999 – 00: Dinner with Friends, by Donald Margulies
1998 – 99: Wit, by Margaret Edson
1997 – 98: How I Learned To Drive, by Paula Vogel
1996 – 97: No award
1995 – 96: Rent, by Jonathan Larson
1994 – 95: The Young Man From Atlanta, by Horton Foote
1993 94: Three Tall Women, by Edward Albee
1992 – 93: Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, by Tony Kushner
1991 – 92: The Kentucky Cycle, by Robert Schenkkan
1990 – 91: Lost in Yonkers, by Neil Simon
1989 – 90: The Piano Lesson, by August Wilson
1988 – 89: The Heidi Chronicles, by Wendy Wasserstein
1987 88: Driving Miss Daisy, by Alfred Uhry
1986 – 87: Fences, by August Wilson
1985 – 86: No award
1984 – 85: Sunday in the Park With George, by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim
1983 – 84: Glengarry Glen Ross, by David Mamet
1982 – 83: ‘night, Mother, by Marsha Norman
1981 82: A Soldier’s Play, by Charles Fuller
1980 – 81: Crimes of the Heart, by Beth Henley
1979 – 80: Talley’s Folly, by Lanford Wilson
1978 – 79: Buried Child, by Sam Shepard
1977 – 78: The Gin Game, by D.L. Coburn
1976 – 77: The Shadow Box, by Michael Cristofer
1975 – 76: A Chorus Line, by Michael Bennett, James Kirkwood, Nicholas Dante, Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban
1974 – 75: Seascape, by Edward Albee
1973 74: No award
1972 – 73: That Championship Season, by Jason Miller
1971 – 72: No award
1970 – 71: The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, by Paul Zindel
1969 – 70: No Place To Be Somebody, by Charles Gordone
1968 – 69: The Great White Hope, by Howard Sackler
1967 – 68: No award
1966 67: A Delicate Balance, by Edward Albee
1965 – 66: No award
1964 65: The Subject Was Roses, by Frank D. Gilroy
1963 – 64: No award
1962 – 63: No award
1961 – 62: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, by Abe Burrows, Willie Gilbert, Jack Weinstock and Frank Loesser
1960 – 61: All the Way Home, by Tad Mosel
1959 – 60: Fiorello!, by Jerome Weidman, George Abbott, Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock
1958 – 59: J.B., by Archibald MacLeish
1957 – 58: Look Homeward, Angel, by Ketti Frings
1956 – 57: Long Day’s Journey Into Night, by Eugene O’Neill
1955 – 56: The Diary of Anne Frank, by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
1954 – 55: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams
1953 – 54: The Teahouse of the August Moon, by John Patrick
1952 – 53: Picnic, by William Inge
1951 – 52: The Shrike, by Joseph Kramm
1950 – 51: No award
1949 – 50: South Pacific, by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan
1948 – 49: Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller
1947 – 48: A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams
1946 – 47: No award
1945 – 46: State of the Union, by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
1944 – 45: Harvey, by Mary Chase
1943 – 44: No award
1942 – 43: The Skin of Our Teeth, by Thornton Wilder
1941 – 42: No award
1940 – 41: There Shall Be No Night, by Robert E. Sherwood
1939 – 40: The Time of Your Life, by William Saroyan
1938 – 39: Abe Lincoln in Illinois, by Robert E. Sherwood
1937 – 38: Our Town, by Thornton Wilder
1936 – 37: You Can’t Take It With You, by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
1935 – 36: Idiot’s Delight, by Robert E. Sherwood
1934 – 35: The Old Maid, by Zoe Akins
1933 – 34: Men in White, by Sidney Kingsley
1932 – 33: Both Your Houses, by Maxwell Anderson
1931 – 32: Of Thee I Sing, by George S. Kaufman, Morrie Ryskind, Ira and George Gershwin
1930 – 31: Alison’s House, by Susan Glaspell
1929 – 30: The Green Pastures, by Marc Connelly
1928 – 29: Street Scene, by Elmer Rice
1927 – 28: Strange Interlude, by Eugene O’Neill
1926 – 27: In Abraham’s Bosom, by Paul Green
1925 – 26: Craig’s Wife, by George Kelly
1924 – 25: They Knew What They Wanted, by Sidney Howard
1923 – 24: Hell-Bent fer Heaven, by Hatcher Hughes
1922 – 23: Icebound, by Owen Davis
1921 – 22: Anna Christie, by Eugene O’Neill
1920 – 21: Miss Lulu Bett, by Zona Gale
1919 – 20: Beyond the Horizon, by Eugene O’Neill
1918 – 19: No award
1917 – 18: Why Marry?, by Jesse Lynch Williams
1916 – 17: No award

Source: Playbill Online