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15 Alaska playwrights make Last Frontier cut
A staging of "The Sunset Clause" by Fairbanks playwright Ann Hanley at 2007's Last Frontier Theatre Conference.
From a recordbreaking pool of 270 submissions, just 62 plays were chosen, including operates by Anchorage playwrights Linda Billington, Ryan Buen, Rita A. Miraglia, P. Shane Mitchell, Mark Muro, Casey Prout and Mark Stoneburner.
The conference schedule remains to be in flux, but there are promises to highlight another Anchorage playwright: On June 16, Three Wise Moose will work Arlitia Jones' play "Sway Me Moon," which premiered in February at Out North.
Here's the whole listing of Alaska playwrights whose plays is going to be read in Valdez:
Robert "Bo" Anderson, Douglas, Alaska, "Puppet Play"
Linda Billington, Anchorage, "Cold Reading"
Ryan Buen, Anchorage, "The AntiChristian"
Andy Day, Valdez, "Early Bird"
Kluonie Frey, Wasilla, "The Lighthouse"
Kimber Grenier, Eagle River, "The AShift"
Mary Langham, Homer, "Facing the Elements"
Rita A. Miraglia, Anchorage, "JohnnyBoy"
P. Shane Mitchell, Anchorage, "The Heart of Children"
Tom Moran, Fairbanks, "Doug is a Battlefield"
Mark Muro, Anchorage, "Pickle Days, Revisited"
Casey Prout, Anchorage, "The Holy Techies"
Mollie Ramos, Valdez, "To Thine Own Self Be True"
Kate Rich, Homer, "Returning Max"
Mark Stoneburner, Anchorage, "Bear Variations"
For info on attending the very last Frontier Theatre Conference, click here.
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