I'll admit that I haven't. But I'm interested to see or read something by them now that they're on the short-list for a $100,000 prize!
Also, interesting side-note:
Each year, the winner is presented $75,000 and is asked to name a protégé to receive the remaining $25,000.
That's a fantastic way to promote the Ian Thal method of diversity! I really, really wish I knew who Tony Kushner or Martin McDonough would choose as their "protégé." You give a big chunk of change to one playwright, who's probably doing well in their career, and then ask them to pass along another chunk of change to a playwright -- hopefully they'll use that money well and pass that along to a playwright much earlier in their career.
If any Canadians or anyone familiar with these folks' work would like to chime in and let us know if these are well-deserved people, I'd love to hear about them.