Off-Broadway's Highest Honor
1966 Award Winners
Joseph H. Dunn, The Automobile Graveyard which brilliantly combines the arts of design, lighting, and staging for audience involvement
H.M. Koutoukas for the style and energy of his assaults on the theatre in both playwrighting and production
Peter Schumann for his Bread and Puppet Theatre, which embodies a courageous and rigorous vision and practice of theatre engaged with its time
Theatre for Ideas for encouraging exploration in dramatic literature and music
Theater in the Street for upholding the tradition of street theatre and reaching out to new English- and Spanish-speaking audiences
- Joseph H. Dunn, The Automobile Graveyard
- Lindsey Decker, Red Cross
- Ed Wittstein, Serjeant Musgrave's Dance
Albert Bermel, Maria Irene Fornes, Robert Pasolli, Isaiah Shaffer, Michael Smith
- Emanuel Peluso, Good Day
- Sam Shepard, "Chicago," "Icarus's Mother," and "Red Cross"
- Clarice Blackburn, The Exhaustion of Our Son's Love
- Mari-Claire Charba, Birdbath
- Gloria Foster, Medea
- Sharon Gans, Soon Jack November
- Frank Langella, "Good Day" and "The White Devil"
- Michael Lipton, The Trial
- Kevin O'Connor, Chicago
- Jess Osuna, "Bugs" and "Veronica"
- Florence Tarlow, "Istanbul," "Red Cross," and "A Beautiful Day"
- Douglas Turner Ward, Days of Absence
Best Foreign Play
- No award given
Best American Play
- Ronald Ribman, The Journey of the Fifth Horse
- Jane White, "Coriolanus" and "Love's Labour's Lost"
- Dustin Hoffman, The Exhaustion of Our Son's Love