Robert O'Hara

| birth_place = Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. | education = Tufts University (BA)
Columbia University (MFA) | occupation = | years_active = 1996–present }} '''Robert O'Hara''' (born 1970) is an American playwright and director. He has written ''Insurrection: Holding History'' and ''Bootycandy''. ''Insurrection'' is a time traveling play exploring racial and sexual identity. ''Bootycandy'' is a series of comedic scenes primarily following the character of Sutter, a gay African American man growing from adolescence to manhood. It won the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Drama. O’Hara was nominated for the 2020 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play for his contribution to Slave Play. Provided by Wikipedia
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