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Howard Scammon was a student (1929-1934) and legendary faculty member at the College of William and Mary in the Department of Theatre. He died in 1999.

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Howard Scammon Drama Prize

The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:

  • Blanche Rabinowitz receives drama prize WMN, 6/19/1984, pg. 1.
  • Awarded to Bryan Tunnell AG, June 1987, pg. 19 (picture).
  • Rebecca Edwards wins prize for best play AG, May 1988, pg. 23 (pictures).

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