These plays were written by whom?
Identify the author of these theatrical experiences 15 Questions.
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I wrote" Doctor Faustus" and "The Jew of Malta"
My best known play is "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf".
I wrote "Agamemnon" and "Prometheus Bound"
"Lady Windermere's Fan" and "The importance of being earnest" are among my plays
My plays include "Timon of Athens", "Measure for Measure" and "Coriolanus"
My best known play today is "Phedre".
My Oedipus plays, and "Antigone", survive.
I am responsible for "Cymbeline", "King John" and "The taming of the shrew".
My play "Waiting for Godot" is often revived, but still it puzzles its audience
"The Caretaker" was my most famous play. It set my reputation for menacing, laconic scenes.
My plays include "Arcadia" and "Rozencrantz and Guildenstern are dead"
"A streetcar named desire" is still often performed in London. I wrote it.
F Scott Fitzgerald
I wrote a comedy called "Noises Off" and I am still active in the theatre today
My stage directions include and instruction for an actor to "Exit, pursued by a bear".
"The play's the thing Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king". So said one of the characters in a tragedy I wrote.
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