Owen Panettieri's play, A Burial Place, had a production this season at Abingdon.
Deborah Savadge's play Dark at the Center was awarded the Playwrights First Prize and was given a reading at Schrieber Studios. A finalist for the Woodward/Newman prize and for Centenary's Glaspell, it won the Golden Prize and the TheatreFest Regional Playwriting prize.
Fengar Gael's play, The Draper's Eye, was given a staged reading at the Athena Project Plays In Progress Series in Denver, Colorado. Her play Litttle Red has been selected for a reading at NJ Playwrights.
Olivia Horton was featured on NBC's Chicago Fire.
Congratulations to Betsy Johnson for winning the first Betsy Award for her generosity and service to Playwrights Gallery.
Fengar Gael's play The Last Lot was given a staged reading at the Manhattan Theatre Works' Newborn Festival at the City College of New York's North Academic Center.
Jed Peterson played Rudolf Nureyev in Nureyev's Eyes at American Stage Theatre in St. Petersburg and reprised his role at Delaware Theatre Center.
Deborah Savadge's play, Dim Sum, will be published by Playscripts next year. Her short play, "Not Really," will be published by Applause Theatre Books this season.
Fengar Gael's play, The Draper's Eye, was produced by the Theatre Department's Harlequin Productions at Cayuga State College in Auburn, New York.
Melissa Hurst can be seen this season in Leah, The Forsaken, at Metropolitan Playhouse.
Glenda Frank's play, The Bee Keeper, was read at Julia's Reading Room. Gallerians in the cast include Stephen Bradbury, Julie Carpenter, David Crommett, Ginger Grace, Sam Percic and James Prendergast along with Bones Rodriguez and Susanna Miller. 6:30 pm. Her play was one of three Gallery finalists for this year's O'Neill.
Joey Brenneman's play Fast Break was given a reading at Shetler Studios, Penthouse One with Gallerians, Karen Eilbacher and Ginger Grace in the cast of six.
Fengar Gael's new play, Devil Dog Six, just completed a run at the Spiral in New York City, its third production. Her cast included four Gallery members: Stephen Bradbury, Meghann Garmany, Ginger Grace and Paul Nugent. Her play, The Island of No Tomorrows, winner of the New Works Contest, was produced by Multi-Stages at the Interart in New York.
Nicole Kontolefa performed her one-woman show in four New York locations this fall. The final performance was in Russian.
Irene Sofia Lucio appeared in Caryl Churchill's play Love and Information at the Minetta Lane Theatre.
Melissa Hurst performed her one-woman show, Baby Love, in Bennington, Vermont last spring. She played Big Mama at Oldcastle in September.
Lou Bullock's work is on view at the Metropolitan Opera this season in production of Simon Boccanegra (see photo below) and in Tosca (see photo below).
Jed Peterson played the title role in Zorro at Cape May's East Lynne Theatre last summer.
Ginger Grace will appear this season in her one-woman show, The First Ladies Coalition.
Gallery members appeared at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios in a reading of a new play, Addis Tarkington, by Deborah Savadge. Lyndsay Becker, Stephen Bradbury, Melissa Hurst and Jed Peterson comprised the cast. Karen Eilbacher performed offstage voices.
Ron Crawford appeared this season in a new play by Sarah Ruhl at Actors Theatre of Lousiville..
|Lou Bullock (far right) Placido Domingo (center) in Simon Boccanegra, Metropolitan Opera|
|Lou Bullock in TOSCA, Met Opera, NYC|