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PRNYC Advances to Semi-Finals at the O’Neill

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 … Continue reading

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Wan Dershon Found in Seattle

And the next stage Wan Dershon is … Geoff Finney. Geoff was previously with The New Space in North Seattle, and Fearless Theatre Company, currently with Copious Love Productions. He has acted in  Our Country’s Good, La Bete, The Laramie … Continue reading

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Seeking Wan Dershon

Tony Doupe had to pull out for a film gig – we’re desperately seeking to replace him with the next Wan Dershon. The next stage reading of PRNYC is at Freehold in Seattle, Sun, Sept 15, 5 PM.  See markrosenyc/prnyc … Continue reading

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PRNYC Seattle Notes 1

Theatre is not life.  In theatre we reach the boiling  point, a nexus for crisis and decision. Through conflict decisions are forced, decisions reveal character, advance action. Anger is the most compelling emotion to force decision. What is PRNYC about? … Continue reading

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