Young Playwrights Conference Reading Series: Program B
Founded in 1981 by Stephen Sondheim, Young Playwrights Inc. has spent the last 30 years identifying and supporting playwrights age 18 and under.
The Young Playwrights Conference is the culmination of a year's worth of reading, evaluating, selecting, and developing the top plays from the National Playwriting Competition.
This year we have 8 extremely talented writers joining us in New York City to attend master classes, see the best of New York theater, and, of course, prepare for and attend their Off-Broadway staged reading.
Program B features Bootlace Bridge by Kaiyuh Cornberg, directed by Valentina Fratti and dramaturgy by Martha Wade Steketee; South of Someplace by I.B. Hopkins, directed by Brett W. Reynolds and dramaturgy by Kate Moira Ryan; Tiger, Tiger by Anna Alison Brenner, directed by Shana Gozansky and dramaturgy by Aaron Grunfeld; and Boots by Conor Hague LaRocque, directed by Aaron Rossini and dramaturgy by Clarence Coo.
Lucille Lortel Theatre (View)
121 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014
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