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  • 23 Jun 2009 2:14 PM | Anonymous
    My play, Vile Affections, published by Original Works in 2008 was chosen as a 2009 National Lambda Literary Award Finalist in Drama.
  • 26 Mar 2009 4:48 AM | Patricia Milton
    Patricia Milton's comedy, Solving Sunflowers, earned third place in the 2009 Eudora Welty New Play Competition in Jackson, Mississippi.
  • 08 Jan 2009 7:28 PM | Donna Spector
    Donna Spector is the 2008 winner of Acrosstown Repertory Theatre‚Äôs Sunwall Comedy Prize for her play STRIP TALK ON THE BOULEVARD. 
  • 07 Jan 2009 12:57 AM | Lucia Verona (Administrator)
    My play "Holiday of a Diva" was awarded the second prize at the National Comedy Contest organized by the Comedy Theater in Bucharest. I got some prize money, a wonderful reading and the play was published as a book.
  • 18 Nov 2008 5:46 AM | Deleted user

    Please come see a reading of my new play REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE, directed by Francesca Mantani Arkus. This play is adapted from Anand Mahadevan's critically acclaimed 2006 novel THE STRIKE; Mr Mahadevan will be in attendance. We all thank NYU and Adrienne Thompson for graciously allowing us to use the Goldberg Theatre, as part of the Alumni reading series.

    REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE

    A tale of growing up

    and coming out

    in India

    When: 8pm, Monday 15th December, 2008

    Where: NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Goldberg Theatre, 721 Broadway, New York, NY. Closest subway (one minute away) is 8th St./NYU R.

    RSVP suggested: To upstart_crow2@yahoo.com

  • 15 Nov 2008 6:17 PM | Deleted user

    "Namely Me", a book of original monologues based on the REAL meaning of a person's name, will be published by Smith and Kraus in the spring of '09. This is the first book in a series contracted by Smith and Kraus for Maureen Brady Johnson.

    "The Fourth Locker", a play that begins with an end of the year locker clean-out and ends with a confrontation that deals with sexual abuse, will be published by Brooklyn Publishers, Spring '09.

    "Moving On", a collection of short plays about women moving on with their lives, is set to be published in Spring '09 by Baker's Plays.

    None of this would have happened without the unending support of my friends at ICWP. Thanks to all of you!

  • 15 Nov 2008 6:11 PM | Deleted user
    "The Treehouse", a one act play by Maureen Brady Johnson, is the recipient of the Gregory Millard Memorial Playwriting Award from TADA! Youth Ensemble in New York City.  In the Fall of October '09 it will receive a dramatic read-thru by the young performers at TADA!
  • 28 Sep 2008 4:58 PM | Emily Cicchini
    My play, DUCKIE SEES THE WORLD, and my theatre company, the Pollyanna Theatre Company, was awarded with an Aurand Harris award from the Children's Theatre Foundation of America to assist in the play's commissioning and development.  It was produced August 7-12, 2008 at the Dougherty Arts Center in Austin, Texas.
  • 01 Sep 2008 11:15 PM | Debbie Ann Tan
    Palanca Memorial Award is a National Award in the Philippines
  • 01 Sep 2007 11:08 PM | Debbie Ann Tan
    For one act play in English entitled, "Time Waits"
    Palanca Memorial Awards is a National Award-giving body in the Philippines
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