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Casey Kurtti

Casey Kurtti’s play Catholic School Girls was the first production at The Douglas Fairbanks Theater in Times Square in 1984 and is frequently performed throughout the United States. It had a three-year run in Australia and an extended run and tour in Canada in a French translation by Michel Tremblay (Premieres De Classe). In 2006 it was translated into Spanish (Chicas Catolicas) and has had long runs in Chile, Mexico City and Argentina. Other plays include Three Ways Home, The Concept, and The Woman of the Plaza. Television/Screenplay credits include: the Emmy nominated Girlfriend for Harpo Productions/ABC, Two Against Time for Tri-Star/CBS, Parole Stories for HBO, Pathfinder for PBS and the adaptation of her play The Woman of the Plaza called MIA: Missing in America for PBS, which received the Vietnam Veterans of America Award of Merit. She is currently developing a musical, as well as a new play for young audiences and is the founder of the Bardavon’s Young Playwrights Festival which recently celebrated its eighteenth year serving middle school students in the Hudson Valley


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