This publicity photo released by The Publicity Office shows, from left, Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher and Aaron Clifton Moten, in a scene from Annie Baker’s play, "The Flick." (AP Photo/The Publicity Office, Joan Marcus)
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Annie Baker's "The Flick" has won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama, a play set in a rundown movie theater that was hailed by the judges as a "thoughtful drama with well-crafted characters" with "lives rarely seen on the stage".In "The Flick," three relatively youthful, low-paid employees work together in a theater in Massachusetts that still shows 35-millimeter movies on film.Baker was traveling to a Passover seder on Monday and unreachable for comment. But plans are already in the works to mount her winning play in New York again: Film and theater producer Scott Rudin, who owns the option on "The Flick," hopes to remount the play at the Barrow Street Theater with the same cast from Playwrights Horizons, according to a spokesman, Philip Rinaldi.
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