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Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 31st Series - Collection / Anthology

Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 31st Series

Bekah Brunstetter, Harley Adams, Ian August, Robin Rothstein, Sharyn Rothstein, Ted Nusbaum

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Collection / Anthology

ISBN: 9780573642425

A collection of short plays selected by New York theatre critics, professionals, and the editorial staff of Samuel French, Inc. as the most important plays of the Thirty-first Off-Off Broadway Original Short Play Festival sponsored by Love Creek Productions.

Winning Plays in this collection includ…

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Collection / Anthology

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Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival

Winner! Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival
A collection of short plays selected by New York theatre critics, professionals, and the editorial staff of Samuel French, Inc. as the most important plays of the Thirty-first Off-Off Broadway Original Short Play Festival sponsored by Love Creek Productions.

Winning Plays in this collection include:
Le Supermarché by Ian August
Libretto by Robin Rothstein
Play #3 by Harley Adams
Sick by Bekah Brunstetter
Pischer by Ted Nussbaum
Relationtrip by Sharyn Rothstein

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Bekah Brunstetter

Bekah Brunstetter

Bekah Brunstetter's plays include: Oohrah! (Off-Broadway at the Atlantic Theater, 2009; Ars Nova Out Loud reading series, dir. Leigh Silverman; London, Finborough Theater, May 2009); Miss Lilly Gets Boned (Lark Playwrights Week 2009; Nominated for L. Arnold Weissberger Award); To Nineveh (NY Innovative Theater Award for Best New Full-length Play, 2006); Sick (Winner, Sam French Short Play Festival ... view full profile

Harley Adams

Harley Adams

As an actor, Harley Adams has worked on Broadway: Les Miserables, A Thousand Clowns, A Christmas Carol; National tours: Ragtime, Les Miserables. Film: The House is Burning (prod. Wim Wenders), Spring Breakdown; TV: SNL, Late night with Conan O’Brien, Sesame Street. Solo singing at Kennedy Center. As a playwright, 2006 winner of Samuel French OOB Festival with Play #3, as well as winner of the ... view full profile

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Ian August

Ian August

Ian August is a budding actor, playwright and lyricist. His full length drama, Missing Celia Rose was recently workshopped with the NYC Summer Play Festival (www.spfnyc.com) in the summer of 2007. In 2006, Mr. August was declared a winner of the 31st annual Samuel French Inc. Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival with his short play, Le Supermarche or What I Did for Lunch, published by Samuel ... view full profile

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Robin Rothstein

Robin Rothstein

Robin Rothstein is the author of the original children’s musical, The Game Boy, which received its world premiere at Vital Theatre Company. Her plays and monologues have been performed in New York City as well as across the country, and can be found in various collections. Several of her short plays have been finalists for the Heideman Award, including In a Manner of Speaking, which was produced ... view full profile

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Sharyn Rothstein

Sharyn Rothstein

Sharyn Rothstein's plays include All The Days and The Invested, Queen Bee (Ars Nova Out Loud reading), March (workshopped at the Bay Area Playwright's Festival and a finalist for the Yale Drama Series Competition), Camp Monster (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Neglect (Ensemble Studio Theatre), For Abigail Who Drowns Men (New Georges workshop) and A Good Farmer (3Graces Theatre Co.), among others. ... view full profile

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Ted Nusbaum

Ted Nusbaum graduated The New School for Drama with his MFA in Playwriting in 2006. Pischer won the 2006 Samuel French Off Off Broadway Play Festival, and Colleagues, another of his one-act plays, won the first annual Tickle Festival for Comedic Works (Tongue in Cheek Theater, 2007). Mr. Nusbaum’s screenplay, Little Brother of War, was the First Runner-Up in the 2006 Brass Brad Screenwriting ... view full profile

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