No Place to Be Somebody (Broadway, August Wilson Theatre, 1969) | Playbill

No Place to Be Somebody



A black bartender attempts to outwit a white mobster syndicate in Charles Gordone's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

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Drama Desk Award
1969 Outstanding Performance Winner
1969 Most Promising Playwright Winner
1969 Outstanding Performance Winner
Pulitzer Prize
1970 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Winner
Theatre World Awards
1969 Theatre World Award Winner

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