Mark Witteveen

Mark Witteveen

Mark Witteveen’s plays have been produced and developed in New York, Los Angeles, and points in between, including The Great Plains Theater Conference, Barter Theatre, and The Kennedy Center. Mark is 2016/17 resident playwright with the NNPN member theater The Road Less Traveled Productions (RLTP) in Buffalo, New York, where his full-length play Very Fine Use of a Grenade was produced in 2015. Mark is...
Mark Witteveen’s plays have been produced and developed in New York, Los Angeles, and points in between, including The Great Plains Theater Conference, Barter Theatre, and The Kennedy Center. Mark is 2016/17 resident playwright with the NNPN member theater The Road Less Traveled Productions (RLTP) in Buffalo, New York, where his full-length play Very Fine Use of a Grenade was produced in 2015. Mark is graduate of Ohio University’s theater school with an MFA in playwriting.

Plays

  • Very Fine Use of a Grenade
    "Buffalo News: ‘Very Fine Use of a Grenade’ delivers on its promises."

    VERY FINE USE OF A GRENADE is a modern romance and adventure story of a young woman who discovers her talents as she tries to escape poverty and a rough existence by attaching herself to a Hollywood film production.

    The story is told is eight scenes in reverse order.
  • Clerk Typist
    The depths of a recent winter, a snowstorm rages. The suburbs of Chicago.

    An Iraq war veteran, struggling to leave behind his war experiences and re-connect to his family and friends, gets tested when he's sent to the suburbs with his uncle to investigate the theft of some money from the Chicago family business.