‘The Craft’ in Vermont
‘The Craft’ has been selected for production by The Parish Players of Thetford Hill, Vermont, for their 11th Annual Ten-Minute Play Festival this coming February. Additional information, including performance dates and times can be found on the company’s website.
Monologues from ‘The Craft’ to be Published in New Anthology
Two monologues from ‘The Craft’ are to be included in a new anthology from theatrical trade publisher Smith & Kraus, Inc. entitled ‘222 More Comedy Monologues, 2 Minutes And Under,’ edited by John Capecci and Irene Ziegler. Publication expected early 2017.
‘The Craft’ in Philadelphia
‘The Craft’ will make its Philadelphia debut next month when the University of Pennsylvania’s Theatre Arts Council will be producing the play as part of its annual One Acts Festival. A total of four plays will be staged during the event, which takes place on February 3rd and 4th, 2017. More details will be available on the Theatre Arts Council’s website shortly.
A little biographical information and play production history:
The works of playwright and author Andrew Biss have been produced in New York, London, Los Angeles, and many other cities across North America, Europe and Australia. His plays have won awards on both coasts of the U.S., critical acclaim in the U.K., and quickly became an Off-Off-Broadway mainstay.
In London his plays have been performed at The Royal Court Theatre, Riverside Studios, The Union Theatre, The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, Fractured Lines Theatre & Film at COG ARTSpace, and Ghost Dog Productions at The Horse & Stables.
In New York his plays have been produced at Theatre Row Studios, The Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Festival, Emerging Artists Theatre, The Kraine Theater, The Red Room Theater, Manhattan Theatre Source, Mind The Gap Theatre, 3Graces Theatre Company, Curan Repertory Company, Turtle Shell Productions, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, American Globe Theatre, The American Theater of Actors, and Chashama Theatres, among others.
“If ever there was a poster boy for ‘write what you know’, it's Biss, because what he knows really does entertain us.” --Views from the Gods, London