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Wed, September 15, 2021, 4:30am
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David Mark Cohen was an influential playwriting Professor at the University of Texas at Austin, who was affiliated with the Michener Center for Writers. He grew up in Newton, Massachusetts and graduated from Newton South High School in 1970. While at NSHS he acted in numerous plays playing such roles as Mack the Knife in Three Penny Opera. He wrote a number of one-act plays that were performed during the Spring Arts Festivals. He served as Editor of Denebola, the high school newspaper.
The Comedy Cellar is a comedy club in Manhattan where many top New York comedians perform. It was founded in 1982 by then stand-up comedian, and current television writer/producer Bill Grundfest. It is located in the heart of Greenwich Village on 117 Macdougal Street between West 3rd Street and Minetta Lane. Above the club is a restaurant called The Olive Tree Cafe to which it is connected, where many of the comedians hang out after performing. The club is owned by Noam Dworman, who inherited it from his late father, Manny, and ran by booker Estee Adoram, who has developed the club’s talent for nearly four decades. The businesses share the same menu, kitchen, and staff.
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