Recommended by Playwrights Foundation

  • THE TCHAIKOVSKY LETTERS
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play THE TCHAIKOVSKY LETTERS, as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • Holy and Unruly
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play HOLY & UNRULY, as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • Kingdom (a play about Snow White and climate change)
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play KINGDOM (a play about Snow White and Climate Change), as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • Mitigating Damages
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play MITIGATING DAMAGES, as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • Equity (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Student Loans)
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play EQUITY (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Student Loans), as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • Zero
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play ZERO, as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.
  • THE STORYTELLER
    6 Apr. 2020
    Playwrights Foundation enthusiastically recommends this play THE STORYTELLER, as a Semi-Finalist for the Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2020. We were moved by the quality of the writing and the relevant and compelling themes that spoke to the mission of our festival. It excelled in a competitive process of 735 plays submitted this year and rose to the top after a six month long process discussing its merits with both national and local Bay Area readers, and we hope it moves swiftly towards production.

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