Survival Skills by Meredith Taylor-Parry
The Coutances Altarpiece by Elan Garonzik
Bodacious by Dan Borengasser
Back Home by Raymond J. Barry
Goodnight Mrs. Calabash (Wherever You Are)
by Jon S. Robbins
Guns, God, and Gomorrah by Joseph Krawczyk
Reaching Bohemia by Scott McCrea
Martin Rabinowitz's Guide to Life by Fred Bernstein
Somewhat Difficult to Put Into Words by Anthony Hall Seed
The Devil Man by Adam Seidel
PLAY LOG LINE / SYNOPSIS
2013 FIRST PLACE: Survival Skills by Meredith Taylor-Parry
A father takes his life. The family gathers to mourn. Only one saw the body. Only one knows what really happened.
2013 SECOND PLACE: The Coutances Altarpiece by Elan Garonzik In 13th century France, independent merchant Geoffrey Bouvier plans to make a sizeable gift to the church and have his name recognized, but he runs up against the community spirit of the guilds, represented by Mater Thomas, head of the guildhall. There is no resolution until the Bishop suggests a surprising alternative.
2013 THIRD PLACE: Bodacious by Dan Borengasser Harrison Dodd is thinking of running for President and takes a fast-food job to see if he is in tune with middle-America ... he is not!
UPDATES FOR 2013 WINNERS
Survival Skills received a reading at 13th Street Repertory-NYC February 23, 2014. Directed by Leanora Lange
Survival Skills received a 5 week production at 13th Street Repertory - NYC April 3 - May 1, 2014. Directed by Leanora Lange
The Coutances Altarpiece received a reading at 13th Street Repertory - NYC May 18, 2014. Directed by Matthew T. Carlson
The Coutances Altarpiece was part of 2015 Lunar Stages Second Annual Short Play Festival. Lunar Stages is located in West Orange, NJ.
Bodacious was part of the 8th Annual Panndora's Box Theater Festival that was produced at the Garage Theater in Long Beach, CA in 2014.
Goodnight Mrs. Calabash (Wherever You Are) was a semi-finalist in the 2013 MTWorks Newborn Festival, NYC.
Reaching Bohemia received a reading from The Barrow Group, NYC during their 2011/2012 season.
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