I’m happy to announce that PRNYC has advanced as a semi-finalist for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, this August, in Connecticut. Finalists, to be announced in April, get to spent five weeks in residence at the O’Neill, culminating in staged readings. 1,200 scripts were considered this year; app. 20% advance to the semi-finals. I’m grateful to the directors and actors in the Playwrights/Directors Unit of the Actors Studio in L.A. who participated in the reading of Act I of PRNYC in December, 2012, and Act II October, 2013. Also, my compadres at H-B Studio in New York, and Freehold in Seattle who slogged through many versions of ths play, and Key City Public Theatre in Port Townsend, Wa., where it was produced as a One Act.
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