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Thursday, March 6 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Snippets: New Works from SETC Playwrights

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Hear actors read brief excerpts of new plays by eight to 12 SETC members. No critiquing but a unique opportunity to meet playwrights through their work.

Speakers
avatar for Nancy Gall-Clayton

Nancy Gall-Clayton

Independent Playwright, Independent Playwright
Nancy Gall-Clayton loves playwriting and collaborating with other theatre artists. She's written more than 80 plays (many are “tens” or one-acts, including 11 about Kentucky women). Her work has been on stages in half the states and on four continents. "The Colored Door at the... Read More →
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Doug Grissom

Associate Professor, U of Virginia
Doug Grissom is an award-winning playwright and an Associate Professor in the Department of Drama at the University of Virginia, where he is the primary instructor of Playwriting, Screenwriting and Script Analysis.
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Stephen Hancock

Associate Professor, U of Memphis
Stephen Hancock, His work includes The Writer's Block, The Horror of the Little Family Farce, The Krewe of Ganymede, The Lioness of the Leopards, and Antiquorum Botanicus Nomen, and Revelations. A semi-finalist in the Humana 10-Minute play festival, runner up for the KCACTF Cohen... Read More →
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Todd Ristau

Director, Playwright's Lab at Hollins University, Hollins University
Todd Ristau designed and launched the Playwright’s Lab at Hollins University and has served as program director since its launch in 2007. He is a distinguished graduate of the Iowa Playwright’s Workshop. His work has been performed in theatres across the U.S. and England... Read More →


Thursday March 6, 2014 10:30am - 11:45am
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