The Rudnick chronicles

Story, Richard David; Kuehn, Karen
February 1993
New York;2/22/93, Vol. 26 Issue 8, p42
Profiles playwright Paul Rudnick, 34, a master of the one-liner, and his new play `Jeffrey.' Personal and professional background; Other works, including `Social Disease' and `I'll Take It'; Sexual orientation; Lifestyle; Details.


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