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Carter W. Lewis,
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Carter W. Lewis teaches Introduction to Playwriting, Advanced Playwriting and Dramaturgy at Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to that, he was Dramaturg & Playwright-in-Residence for The Geva Theatre Center in New York. Carter was also co-founder and Resident Playwright for Upstart Stage in Berkeley, California. He is the winner of several national playwriting awards including: The ... view full profile
Patricia Montley has had seventeen plays published (Samuel French, Playscripts, Inc., Meriwether, Heinemann, Applause, Dramatic Publishing, Prentice-Hall, International Center for Women Playwrights, Dramatics Magazine). Her plays have been given readings at the Kennedy Center, Center Stage (Baltimore) and the Abingdon Theatre, and productions at the Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the Manhattan ... view full profile
Julie Jensen is the recipient of the Kennedy Center Award for New American Plays (White Money), the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Work (The Lost Vegas Series), the LA Weekly Award for Best New Play (Two-Headed), and the McKnight National Playwriting Fellowship (Wait!). She has won the Mill Mountain Theatre Playwriting Competition three times (Tender Hooks, Last Lists of My Mad Mother, and ... view full profile
Quincy Long's The Only Child, a musical play for families, was produced by South Coast Repertory Theater in June 2008. The Only Child was commissioned by SCR, and was the first such commission produced by the theater. People Be Heard, a play with songs, was produced in 2004 by Playwrights Horizons and published by Dramatists Play Service. Mr. Long recently completed the book for Horse Opera, a ... view full profile
Doug Grissom is an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia. His plays have been produced at many regional theatres, including INTAR in New York City, TheatreVirginia, the Source Theatre in Washington D.C., Mill Mountain Theatre, and Theatre 40 in Los Angeles. He has won several awards, including the Virginia Playwriting Award (Tocoi Light), Mill Mountain New Play Competition (Ned & ... view full profile
Since moving to New York City over ten years ago, Seth Kramer has been honored to receive such playwriting awards as the George R. Kernodle Award, the Kennedy Center's Award for Playwriting Excellence, the New York Thespian Award, and the Iowa Writers Alliance Prize; he has also been a three-time finalist for the Actors Theatre of Louisville Heideman Award. In 1999, Mr. Kramer was one of three ... view full profile
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