Category: Stage plays

Stage plays from an award-winning playwright

Doubtful Provenance Named Semi-Finalist in the Ashland New Plays Festival 2017

On Monday, March 6, word came that Doubtful Provenance, the full-length stage play by award-winning playwright Kevin Rush, has been selected as a semi-finalist for the Ashland New Plays Festival 2017, to be held in Ashland, Oregon, October 15 through 22. Only six percent of the submitted scripts advanced. Here’s…

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Doubtful Provenance of Haverford College antiquities

Where did I get my inspiration to write Doubtful Provenance? Not on the bucolic campus of Haverford College. But, as it turns out, my alma mater has several antiquities of doubtful provenance due to its close connection to one of the world’s most notorious traffickers in looted artifacts. Here’s an interesting article on…

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News for Doubtful Provenance

Monday night (5/11/15) I had the pleasure of talking to a dramaturg who is well-regarded in the Manhattan theatre community. She’d read my play, Doubtful Provenance, not once, but twice, and was trying to get a very busy director to read it. While I can’t go into all the details…

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Crossing Event Horizon

Winner of the Chameleon Theatre Circle 2007 New Play Contest Crossing Event Horizon is a humorous and heart-warming dramedy about a Catholic high school guidance counselor’s midlife crisis. Frustrated by his inability to get his students to face reality, Thom Gilmer must separate fantasy from reality in his own life when…

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