1938 – Born on February 5th in New York, New York.
1960-1963 – Received his B.A. from Georgetown Universtiy and M.F.A from Yale Univesity.
1965 – Mr. Guare was a founding member of the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference in Waterford, Connecticut
1968-1977 – Wrote the plays Muzeeka, Cop-Out, The House of Blue Leaves, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Marco Polo Sings a Solo, and Rich and Famous.
– Member of Resident Playwright at the New York Shakespeare Festival.
1989 – He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
1993 – He was awarded the Laurence Olivier Theatre Award and BBC Award for Best Play for his Six Degrees of Separation.
– He is a council member of the Dramatist Guild, and was elected to the Theatre Hall of Fame.
1996 – He received the New York State Governor’s Arts Award.
1998-1999 – The Signature Theater Company in New York City honored Mr. Guare by devoting their season to his works.