Recommended by Playwrights Foundation

  • The Pre-Med Math Club
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends THE PRE-MED MATH CLUB, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends THE PRE-MED MATH CLUB as a compelling, relevant cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • SUPPOSED HOME
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends SUPPOSED HOME, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends SUPPOSED HOME as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • The Re-Education of Fernando Morales
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends THE RE-EDUCATION OF FERNANDO MORALES, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends THE RE-EDUCATION OF FERNANDO MORALES as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Three Antarcticas
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends THREE ANTARCTICAS, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends THREE ANTARCTICAS as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • The Problem With Magic, Is:
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends THE PROBLEM WITH MAGIC, IS:, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends THE PROBLEM WITH MAGIC, IS: as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • All My Mothers Dream in Spanish (formerly Solly Dreams in Spanish)
    3 May. 2021
    PLAYWRIGHTS FOUNDATION highly recommends ALL MY MOTHERS DREAM IN SPANISH, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends ALL MY MOTHERS DREAM IN SPANISH as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Black Mexican
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends BLACK MEXICAN, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends BLACK MEXICAN as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Tiger Beat
    3 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends TIGER BEAT, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. The work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends TIGER BEAT as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Mediocre Heterosexual Sex
    2 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends MEDIOCRE HETEROSEXUAL SEX, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moves us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends MEDIOCRE HETEROSEXUAL SEX as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021
  • Madeleines
    2 May. 2021
    Playwrights Foundation highly recommends MADELEINES, which excelled to the Finalist round (top 35) for the 44th annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival out of 755 plays. Our community of readers felt this play best represented the mission of our festival. This work engaged us, inspired us, moved us, and was an outstanding example of transformative storytelling. Our local Bay Area Literary Council commends MADELEINES as a compelling, relevant, cathartic new work which should be produced now. Congratulations! #BAPF2021

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