Born in Montreal, LEONARD ANGEL first received a B.A. from McGill, and then an M.A. in Philosophy, an M.A. in Creative Writing and Theatre and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia. Leonard Angel has become an established playwright, many of whose plays have been staged by The New Play Centre. His produced work includes Incident After Antietam, Isadora and G.B., The Unveiling and the monologue, A Poet Goes To The Dentist. His play, Eleanor Marx, was produced at the Bathhouse Theatre, Seattle and given a public reading at the Writer's Theatre in New York in April, 1985.
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