Sunday, October 6, 2019

Staged Reading in Cranford Oct 12

We're always delighted when one of our alums can return to The Theater Project and share their work with our audience—please join us!

Death in a High Place
​by Tylie Shider

In public, Ryan and John are freelance painters. Privately, Ryan daydreams about a life in the Oval Office, while John works in paralyzing back pain; two men living paycheck-to-paycheck in a city more concerned with rapid development than the livelihood of its natives.

 Tylie Shider is a 2019-20 Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellow and an I Am Soul Playwright Resident at the National Black Theatre.  His work has been developed by Liberation Theatre Company, Dixon Place, La MaMa, Frank Silvera Writers' Workshop, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Harlem 9, Homebase Theatre Collective, 3:5 Creative[s], Yendor Arts, The Classical Theatre of Harlem, Luna Stage, Joust Theatre co., New York New Works Theater Festival, and The Theater Project. Awards include: Drama Desk from Delaware State University, and The Theater Project’s One-Act competition 2015 Best Play and Audience Favorite. Member: Dramatist Guild of America. He holds a BA in journalism from Delaware State University and an MFA in playwriting from New York University.

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