2014 FINALISTS & HONORABLE MENTION
Years of Sky by Barbara Blatner
All That Remains by Ursula Jordan
Hattie’s Dress by Walter Vail
Holding Rain by Talya Adams
TBD (To Be Determined) by Paul Elliott
Bethlehem by Matthew Howard
Clippings by Royal Jones
Medusa Undone by Michelle Poynton
Mississippi Is by Ariadne Blayde
The Devil is Waiting by Robert Barker
The Man She Was by Ric Averill
The Unrepentant by John Lattimore
PLAY LOG LINE / SYNOPSIS
2014 FIRST PLACE: Years of Sky by Barbara Blatner
Years of Sky chronicles the difficult but enduring love of a
bi-racial couple whose fate is bound to the Kennedy assassinations and almost 30 years of American politics. At key moments in 1963, 1968 and 1992, David who is black and Stace who is white confront the racial divide and forge a relationship in spite of it.
2014 SECOND PLACE: All That Remains by Ursula Jordan
All That Remains is a play about one woman’s journey to find self acceptance and the will to live in a time of gender and racial inequality.
UPDATES FOR 2014 WINNERS
Years of Sky received a reading at 13th Street Repertory, New York City on May 13, 2015. Directed by Joe Battista.
Years of Sky received a production at 59E59 Theaters, NYC, February and March 2013.
Years of Sky won the Columbia-Greene Playwrights Contest.
Years of Sky was presented as a 2015 Great Plains Theatre Conference PlayLabs play.
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Hattie's Dress was produced by the Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays at Penn's Annenberg Center Theatre, and subsequently produced in New York City by The Open Eye: New Stagings.