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Eric Zaccar (born 1961) is an American playwright, screenwriter, and lyricist. His new screenplay, Without Hate, is being produced as a feature film by Design Catcher Productions, and should be released in the fall of 2010.[1]

For the stage, Zaccar wrote the book and lyrics for the mini-rock opera, The Oedipus Complex,[2] that was optioned by Joseph Papp and later produced as a short, animated feature. His social satire, Starr's on Broadway was produced off-Broadway in 1999. His plays, Housing,[3] The assassination that saved John's Pizzeria, and I’ll you see you in hell have all been produced in New York City theaters[citation needed].


  1. ^ "Film Production Detail - Variety". Variety. 
  2. ^ "Guide to the New York Shakespeare Festival Records. Series II: Play Department Files, 1954-1992". New York Public Library. 
  3. ^ Finder, Alan (January 2, 1991). "About New York; Taking Aim At Bureaucracy, In Two Acts". New York Times. 

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