Sidney Kingsley, American playwright. Named to Theatre Hall of Fame, 1983; recipient Certified of Achievement Cornell University, 1985, Gold Medal for Drama American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, 1986, William Inge award for lifetime achievement in American theatre Independence (Kansas) Community College, 1988. Member Dramatists Guild (president 1961-1969), New Jersey Motion Picture and television Authority (chairman 1976-1980).
- The World We Make (A Play)
- Full Length Drama / Based on Brand's "The Outward Room.
- Three Plays About Doctors: An Enemy Of The People / Men In White / Yellow Jack (The ANTA Series of Distinguished Plays)
- Author: plays Men in White, 1934, The Patriots, 1943. Author, director: plays Dead End, 1936, Ten Million Ghosts, 1937, The World We Make, 1939, Detective Story, 1949, Darkness at Noon, 1951, Lunatics and Lovers, 1954, Night Life, 1962. (Awarded Pulitzer prize for best American play 1934, Theater Club medal for best play 1934, 36, 43, Drama Critics Circle award for best play 1943, 51, New York Newspaper Guild front page award 1943, Page One Citation 1949, Federated Women's Club award, Catholic Dial award 1943, Edgar Allen Poe award for play, film 1949, Donaldson award for outstanding achievement in theater, American Academy Arts and Letters award of merit medal for outstanding drama 1951, Yeshiva University award achievement in theatre 1965), Dead End, Command Performance at the White House.
Born October 22, 1906