Levy "Lee" Simon is the winner of the Kennedy Center/ ACTF 1999 Lorraine Hansberry Award for The Bow-Wow Club, which was workshopped and produced in 1998 by the University of Iowa Playwrights Workshop. The play was directed by Edris Cooper. Simon is the author of God the Crackhouse and the Devil, which was produced at LaMama in New York City by the LAB Theatre Company and was directed by Mary Beth Easly, who also directed the original workshop production at the Circle Repertory Company in 1994. Other plays include The Last Day of King Henri Christophe and Caseload, both presented at the University of Iowa and directed by Mary Beth Easly; In the Middle of the Bubbling Tar, presented at Nassau Community College, Long Island, N.Y., in 1993 and directed by Bruce Jenkins; Dad, the Stuttering Preacher; Fireflies on Fluorescent Sand; and For the Love of Freedom, an epic drama with dance about Toussaint L'Overture and the Haitian revolution. Simon's plays have received staged readings at the 42nd Street Workshop, the LAB Theatre Company, Victory Gardens Theatre, Denver Theatre Center, the Stella Adler Workshop and the Black Theatre Festival, 1997. As an actor, Simon has appeared on-Broadway, off-Broadway and in regional theatres across the country.
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