Robert Schenkkan (Playwright) is a Pulitzer Prize, Tony, and WGA Award winner and three-time Emmy-nominated writer. He is the author of sixteen plays: All the Way, The Great Society, Building the Wall, Hanussen, Shadowplay, By the Waters of Babylon, Handler, A Single Shard, Devil and Daniel Webster, Lewis and Clark Reach the Euphrates, Final Passages, The Marriage of Miss Hollywood and King Neptune, Heaven on Earth, Tachinoki, the Dream Thief, and The Kentucky Cycle (Pulitzer prize, Tony, and Drama Desk nominations). He has also written a collection of one-act plays, Conversations with the Spanish Lady, and a musical (book and co-lyrics), The Twelve, winner of the 2015 Henry Award. The 2014 Broadway production of All the Way swept the Awards season, winning the Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Drama League, and Tony Awards as well as the Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Award, the inaugural Edward M. Kennedy Prize, and Boston’s Elliot Norton Award. It also set two box office records on Broadway. It aired in May 2016 as a film for HBO, with Steven Spielberg producing, directed by Jay Roach, and was nominated for eight Emmys and the Humanitas Prize. His films include Hacksaw Ridge, directed by Mel Gibson and starring Andrew Garfield, and The Quiet American directed by Phillip Noyce. TV credits include The Pacific (HBO miniseries; WGA Award, two Emmy and Humanitas Prize nominations), The Andromeda Strain, Crazy Horse, and Spartacus. Website: Twitter: @ROBERTSCHENKKAN