Robert Edwin Lee (October 15, 1918 - July 8, 1994), was a playwright and lyricist from Elyria, Ohio, probably best known for two collaborations with Jerome Lawrence - Inherit the Wind and Auntie Mame.
Lee wrote using the name Robert E. Lee.
He attended Northwestern University and graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University.
- Look, Ma, I'm Dancin'! - 1948 (book of musical)
- Inherit the Wind - 1955 (play)
- Shangri-La - 1956 (book & lyrics of musical)
- Auntie Mame - 1956 (play)
- The Gang's All Here (play) - 1959 (play)
- Only in America - 1959 - (play)
- A Call on Kuprin - 1961 - (play)
- Mame - 1966 - (book of musical based on his play Auntie Mame)
- Dear World - 1969 (book of musical)
- The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail - 1970 (play)
- The Incomparable Max - 1971 (play)
- Jabberwock - 1972 (play)
- First Monday in October - 1978 - (play)