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A. Giovanni Affinito
A. Giovanni Affinito
A. Giovanni Affinito's plays have been produced throughout Connecticut, New York and California. They include On Golden Wings, a piece about composer, Giuseppe Verdi, Second Sunday in May, which placed first at the Mark Twain Masquers Playwriting Competition, sponsored by the Hartford Playwrights, Dinner at Darios, a gay-themed play that enjoyed two productions in New York City at the Theatre Studio Inc. read more
Olivia Arieti
Olivia is a US citizen, with a degree from the University of Pisa, lives in Torre del Lago Puccini, Italy, with her family. Her plays have been published by Heuer Publishing, Brooklyn Publishers, Desert Road Publishing, JAC Publishing & Promotions, Independent Playwrights USA and Lazy Bee Scripts, UK.

Olivia has had her productions produces all arounf the world, read more

Michael A. Avella
Mike Avella is currently in his second year of graduate study at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago earning a Master's of Fine Arts in creative writing. He has written several plays for the stage, all performed in Chicago. At the moment he's is developing a screenplay, along with Luke Perry and Jason Priestly for a Beverly Hills 90210 movie, set to begin shooting in early 2008.
Marc Bagwell
Marc Bagwell lives outside Oklahoma City and has been writing for many years. Several of his plays have garnered acclaim through writing contests, including such works as Maria, which made it to the final round of the Tennessee Williams Play Festival. Second Sight was a quarterfinalist in the New Century Writing Awards, and Whisper was an honorable mention in the American Gem Short Script Contest. read more
Jim Bain
Jim Bain
Jim is a playwright, published author, humorist and poet residing in Houston, Texas.

Jim's humorous comedies have won several of the annual “Ten by Ten” competitions, sponsored by Scriptwriters/Houston. His stage plays have been produced at Stages, Main Street Theater, and Theatre Southwest in Houston, Texas.

Jim’s comedy, LIFE ISN’T VERY EASY, was a national finalist for the 2005 “Heideman Award, read more

Trey R. Barker
A former award-winning journalist, Trey R. Barker has spent the last few years concentrating on his fiction and plays. He has published hundreds of stories in every genre; a collection of blues-based horror stories called Where the Southern Cross the Dog, a prose version of Veil of the Soul, and a hardboiled crime novel called 2000 Miles to Open Road.
T. James Belich
T. James Belich

T. James Belich is an author and playwright who has written more than two dozen plays, which have seen hundreds of productions across the United States and around the world. A longtime actor, his favorite roles include Father Flynn in Doubt, a Parable and Sergeant Trotter in The Mousetrap. He premiered his one-man physics show Schroumldinger's Cat Must Die! at the Minnesota Fringe Festival. read more

Celeste Bonfanti
Celeste Bonfanti

Celeste Bonfanti has been actively involved in community theatre, both in New Jersey and Northern England, for over thirty years, performing, directing and interpreting performances for deaf audience members. Celeste has co-founded three youth theatres and her plays have been performed by schools, youth and community groups in both the US and UK. She is currently a teacher of deaf and hard of hearing students in Burlington County, New Jersey. read more

Roy C. Booth
Roy C. Booth
Roy C. Booth was born in Bemidji, MN on August 26, 1965, and is a 1983 graduate of Pillager High School. Roy holds college degrees from Brainerd Community College (AA, 1986) and Bemidji State University (BA EnglishSpeech-Theatre, 1989 MA English, 1998), and student taught scriptwriting for the English and Theatre Departments while attending BSU. Roy is also a published author, poet, journalist, essayist, read more
Ken Bradbury
Ken Bradbury, until recently a teacher at Triopia High School for 35 years, and now an instructor at Lincoln Land College, is a resident of Arenzville, Illinois. Since 1995, he has been named the most-produced author of school speech contest material in the United States, his material having won top honors in nearly all fifty states and Puerto Rico, as his name has appeared in more contests than any other author. read more
Leslie Bramm
Mr. Bramm's plays have been produced at The Kraine, Currican, Theatre Off Park, Todo Con Nada, The Theotorium, The Lucille Lortel, The Beckett , CBGBS 313 and in numerous regional theatres and festivals. He is a recipient of a Stanley Drama Award (Oswald's Backyard), a Tennessee Williams Award (Big Ball) and a Paul. T. Nolan Award (Islands of Repair, which was also read as a radio play on NPR-WJFF). read more
Matt Buchanan
Matt Buchanan is a New England-based playwright and composer specializing in \r\ntheatre with and for young people. His plays and musicals have been performed across the United States and in several foreign countries. Produced works include Prince Ugly, Sleeping Walter, Ernie's Place, The Bird, Witnessesread more
Eric Burchett
Eric Burchett is a song writer, non-fiction essayist, and playwright when not working on theater electrics, architecture, or fatherhood. After graduating from the University of Iowa in 2004, he has stayed active in theater by co-directing the 8x10 Play Festival with Kate Aspengren and lighting design for the New Play Festival. He is currently on-staff at the University of Iowa as the Electrics Supervisor. read more
Ronald K. Burke
Ronald K. Burke is Professor Emeritus of speech communication at Syracuse University and a freelance writer residing in southern California. He has acted and directed in plays in community theater and at the college level.
David Burton
David Burton is a writer and director and has had numerous short plays, one-acts, and full-length plays produced, mostly for the teenage market.
Roberto F. Ciccotelli
Roberto F. Ciccotelli
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Robert F. Ciccotelli graduated with honours in Theatre and English from York University and the University of Toronto. Working as a secondary school Dramatic Arts teacher for the last 22 years has given Ciccotelli the extraordinary opportunity to experiment with and explore numerous different theatrical styles, genres and content. Over the years, read more
Renee Clark
Renee Clark
Renee Clark, originally a Connecticut Yankee, hails from sunny Arizona, where she taught Theater and English for 25 years. She has directed students and adults of all ages in numerous plays and musicals throughout her teaching career in Connecticut and Arizona. She is also the artistic director for Sierra Repertory Company and has directed or acted in over 30 plays or musicals. A published author since 1988, read more
Martin R. Collin
Martin R. Collin

Martin R. Collin is the former English Department Chairman and Theatre Director at Saint James School, in Hagerstown, Maryland. He taught at Saint James for over 25 years (and before that at The Kildonan School, in Amenia, New York and before that at the University of Maryland-College Park) and has directed over 120 plays. He is currently teaching mandolin, banjo, and guitar at The Front Porch, a roots and folk music school, read more

Pat Cook
Pat Cook
I got my first taste of seeing my work in print when I was still in high school in Frankston, Texas, writing for the school paper. Then, during the summers, I wrote a column for my hometown newspaper. It wasn't until college, however, when I saw the movie version of Neil Simon's "The Odd Couple" that I decided to try my hand at writing plays. My first one-act, "The Boys In The Halls", read more
Eddie Cope
Eddie Cope is a Houston-based playwright and journalist with more than 30 plays in his portfolio. During World War II, while stationed in North Africa and Italy, he wrote film documentaries and was awarded a War Department Commendation. After the war, he studied journalism and playwriting at the University of Texas and continued his education at the American Theater Wing in New York. His plays have been produced across the country, read more
Steve Cross
Steve Cross

Steve Cross is a freelance writer and retired educator with over 30 years experience. He has seen all sides of drama from the viewpoints of actor, director, writer, and the audience. He has published eight plays, four novels, and several nonfiction articles. He lives in Poplar Bluff, MO, with his wife Jean where he is enjoying retirement and teaching part-time for the local community college.

Eric Czuleger
Eric Czuleger has spent years writing and performing in the theatre. In addition to Scribbles, Eric wrote and directed The Garage Sale. Eric can be seen performing as a stand-up comedian in The Comedy Store on Sunset Boulevard. He currently resides in Fullerton, California.
Conrad Davidson
The author of five published plays, Conrad E. Davidson is Professor of Communication Arts and chair of the Division of Humanities at Minot State University, Minot, ND. His one-act play Commercials has been produced over 250 times. Interview Triptych received an off-off-Broadway production at the America Theatre of Actors (NY), and "Listening for Father's Voice," an autobiographical essay published in North Dakota Quarterly, read more
Dave DeChristopher
Dave DeChristopher's plays include The Jack Report, Corrado, Whirled Away, Home Fires, Moon Vault, Hand-Me-Downs, and Among My Souvenirs. These and other works have been produced in San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, Chicago and in more than 30 New York City theatres. His play Fifteen Minutes appears in The Best American Short Playsread more
Steph DeFerie

Steph DeFerie grew up on Cape Cod and lives there still. The many, many terrific hours she spent performing in, studying and attending shows at the Harwich Junior Theatre comprise the majority of her theatrical training. Although she also writes for adults, for the last eight years she has worked with the Chatham Middle School Drama Club because she loves introducing kids to the fun of performing. read more

Kelly DuMar
Kelly DuMar
Kelly DuMar is an award winning playwright, creative arts workshop facilitator and author of a non-fiction book for parents, Before You Forget: The Wisdom of Writing Diaries for Your Children. DuMar's comedies and dramas for adults and youth have been produced around the US and in Canada, and her award-winning one-act plays and monologues have been published by a variety of publishers.

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