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The Theater Project is delighted to share the work of this accomplished and talented group with our patrons—selectng a winner will NOT be easy!
WHEN: February 19-21, Friday & Saturday 8 PM; Sunday 2 PM WHERE: Burgdorff Center for the Performing Arts, 10 Durand Rd., Maplewood TICKETS: $20, $10 www.TheTheaterProject.org
A writer and performance artist, Stephen Bracco has studied at New York University, Brooklyn College, the Vermont Studio Center, and with the Creativity Workshop in Prague and Florence. Many thanks to Jeff Burchfield for his invaluable help, and to Village Playwrights, an LGBT-focused playwriting group.
Jonathan R. Citron was born in Newark, NJ and lives locally. Cheers to TTP and so many more for attending to this short play, The Wink!
Zames Curran runs the website NJTheater.Com, in his spare time from being a software developer. This is the first piece of fiction he has written in 30 years.
A reformed lawyer and even more reformed Long Islander, Josh Kaplan has been writing for the theater for a jam-packed two years. Currently, he is developing his first full-length comedy, So Late, So Soon, which has had readings at the Actors Studio and Ensemble Studio Theatre (dir. Jerry Zaks), starring the inimitable Estelle Parsons.
Jason Kurtz (playwright) is the author of the book Follow the Joy. He serves as the Director of Training at the Training Institute for Mental Health and works as a psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. This is his first foray into playwriting.
Rolando Sanchez is a Theater / Film Director born and raised in Queens, NY. After his tour of duty in the U.S. NAVY he was mentored by Lenore DeKoven Columbia University MFA Directing Program Professor in NYC. He has directed several award winning short films & plays. Currently he has been hired to direct his first feature film in Los Angeles, CA in 2016.
Alisa Sniderman is a New York playwright. She teaches in the Drama Department at NYU Tisch.
Mary Teitelbaum lives Bayside, NY and is a member of Polaris North, a Playwrights' and Actors' Cooperative on West 29th Street in NYC.