City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting
 

City Theatre established its annual National Award for Short Playwriting Contest in 2012. It furthers the Company’s mission to identify, acknowledge and award excellence in dramatic writing specifically in the short play and musicals, and celebrates and brings visibility to talented dramatists who create nimble and diverse tiny masterpieces.

 

The winning play is guaranteed a production in the Annual Summer Shorts Festival in June. The playwright is awarded a $1,000 cash prize, royalties, and paid travel and hotel to Miami to attend the Festival including their production, and participate in CityWrights/Industry Weekend activities. All finalists are invited to Miami to attend Summer Shorts, CityWrights/Industry Weekend, and enjoy professional readings of their finalist play.

 

The Contest expands City Theatre’s community of playwrights and provides the Company with a “deep literary bench”. Finalist plays are considered for current and future consideration in our festivals, productions and reading series. Due to the pandemic, the online National Award Virtual Series of readings will livestream November – December 2020.

 

Each year City Theatre receives up to 1,000 plays and musicals in its Contest and from its partners including the Samuel French OOB Festival among others. This year City Theatre selected 1 winner and 24 finalists in honor of our 25th season. CONGRATULATIONS to all the playwrights.

 

Scroll this page to see each year’s National Award winning plays and playwrights.

 2020 WINNER Jacquelin Bircher 

WEBSTER’S BITCH
 

THE FINALISTS

 Amy Berryman WINNER

Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich THREE a.m. 

Karen Fix Curry CRAZY QUILTS

Cayenne Douglass VARIABLE RATES OF KINDNESS

Siegmund Fuchs THE OTHER SIDE

Vince Gatton HEY 

Richard Hellesen CHOPIN’S PIANO

Gethsemane Herron-Coward THE FALLING MAN 

Daniel Hirsch A SMALL BREACH OF PROTOCOL AT BIG RICK’S ROCKIN’ SKY DIVE ACADEMY

Donna Hoke YOU HAVEN’T CHANGED A BIT

Andra Hunter STAR BRIGHT

Stephen Kaplan IN MRS. BAKER’S ROOM

William Kovacsik BOTTLE FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION

John Minigan CLOSING DOORS

Marj O’Neill-Butler THERE’S A NEW LIFE COMING 

Amber Palmer BABY DYKE WHISPERER

Phanesia Pharel AND OTHER DREAMS WE HAD

Eric Pfeffinger SOMETHING THIS WAY COMES

Kris Rasmussen SEUSSIFIED

Lia Romeo LIFESTYLE CONTENT 

Paloma Sierra COLA’O 

Philip Middleton Williams A LIFE ENRICHING COMMUNITY 

Steve Yockey – GO GET ‘EM, TIGER


About the Class of 2020 Playwrights:

 

2020 Winner: Jacquelin Bircher (Webster’s Bitch)

Jacquelin Bircher, Winner of the 2020 City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting Contest with Webster’s Bitch; Jacqueline Bircher is a playwright born and raised in New York City. Her work has been produced and/or developed with Ensemble Studio Theatre, Primary Stages, Market Garden Theatre, Centenary Stage Company, and Talk Back Theatre, among others. Full-length plays include Another Revolution (upcoming world premiere at Gulfshore Playhouse 2021), The Once and Future Casey Colman, and The Rule of Thirds. City Theatre produced Webster’s Bitch as part of SheShorts in July/August of 2019.

France-Luce Benson

France-Luce Benson, Fall. Named “Someone to Watch ” by American Theatre magazine; Bay Area Playwrights Festival Finalist, Miranda Family Foundation grant recipient; Dramatists Guild Fellow, Sam French OOB Festival Winner, Princess Grace Award runner up. Selected productions: The Talk - Crossroads Theatre and City Theatre, Risen from the Dough - City Theatre of Miami and 2015 National Award winner; Showtime Blues and Fall - Ensemble Studio Theatre NY. France-Luce, with her roots in the South Florida Haitian community, is also a regularly commissioned playwright for City Theatre’s Short Cuts Middle School tour.
 

Amy Berryman

Amy Berryman, Winner. Amy Berryman is a New York based actor and writer originally from Seattle by way of West Texas. Plays: Walden (Premiere Play Festival Runner-Up 2019, honorable mention for the Parity Commission), The New Galileos (O’Neill Finalist 2019), Epiphany (Finalist Shakespeare's New Contemporaries, O'Neill Semi-Finalist 2020), The Whole of You (commissioned by Rising Phoenix Rep), and Three Year Summer. Her short play Winner was a Top 12 Finalist for Sam French OOB and a Finalist for City Theatre National Award. Her work has been developed at theatres around the country, and the short film she wrote, co-produced, and starred in “You Are Everywhere” won Best Drama in the LA Short Film Festival 2018.
 

Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich

Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich, Three a.m. Her award-winning plays include Hitting the Wall, off-Broadway (Prod. Tony-winner Arielle Tepper Madover); Sister Sister, Northern Light Theatre; Boy Girl Boy Girl, Trinity Rep (Providence); Double Vision and Absolute Flight: A Reality Show With Wings, both in the NY International Fringe Festival (former transferred off-Broadway); Romeo Chang; Still Life; Big City; her work has been developed in New York and around the country. Won: Beverly Hills Julie Harris Playwriting Award and Israel Baran Award. Runner up: Sundance Playwriting Lab, O’Neill Playwrights Conference, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, Princess Grace Award, Heideman Award. Nominated for Susan Smith Blackburn Award and Kilroy Listed. Published: Applause, Smith & Kraus. Barbarablumenthalehrlich.com
 

Karen Fix Curry

Karen Fix Curry, Crazy Quilts. Karen Fix Curry writes dramas and comedies relating to the human condition. She received her degree from California State University, Fullerton, CA., in 1999, is a member of Orange County Playwrights Alliance and The Dramatist Guild of America. Recently relocated to the Puget Sound, her main focus is writing and developing new plays.

 

Cayenne Douglass

Cayenne Douglass, Variable Rates of Kindness. Cayenne has had work developed and/or produced at Ensemble Studio Theatre, New Perspectives Theatre Company, Fresh Ink Theatre, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Dixon Place, The First Stage Residency through The Drama League, The Barn Arts Residency, and The Emerging Artists Residency at Tofte Lake. This spring, her full-length play, Maiden Voyage won The Lorraine Hansberry Award (2nd place) and Distinguished Achievement for both The Rosa Parks and Paula Vogel Playwriting Awards through The Kennedy Center. Variable Rates of Kindness was a finalist for The Garry Garrison National Ten-Minute Play Award and will be published by Concord Theatricals in Theatre Masters’ Take Ten Anthology 2020. www.cayennedouglass.com
 

Siegmund Fuchs

Siegmund Fuchs, The Other Side. Siegmund Fuchs hails from Cleveland, Ohio, but now lives in Washington, D.C. He practices law for the United States Department of Justice, but in his free time, he writes. His most recent full-length play, In The Closet, placed in five national competitions and had its NYC premier at Studio Theater on Theatre Row on 42nd Street in 2019 (produced by Ebner-Page Productions). It had its world co-premier in 2018 at Convergence-Continuum in Cleveland, Ohio, and The Rainbow Theatre Project, in Washington, D.C. Other works include Never Turned Out To Be Four Months, A Night At the Movies, and The Other Side.   

 

Vince Gatton

Vince Gatton, Hey. Vince Gatton is a New York-based playwright and Drama Desk-nominated actor. He’s been a finalist for the National Short Playwriting Award at City Theatre twice before, and a winner of the LIC Short Play Festival and the Samuel French OOB Festival. His full-length play Alexandria was the winner of Sanguine Theatre Company’s Project Playwright Festival and a semi-finalist for the Princess Grace Award.  www.vincegatton.com
 

Richard Hellesen

Richard Hellesen, Chopin’s Piana. Richard is thrilled to return to City Theatre, where previous festivals featured his shorts Dos Corazones, Untamed, Four One-Hundredths, Communique, Layin’ Off The Lizard Boy, Teardown, and A Speedy and Public Trial. An Associate Artist at Ford's Theatre in DC, his plays for adult and young audiences have been seen across the country. www.richardhellesen.com

 

 

Gethsemane Herron-Coward

Gethsemane Herron-Coward, The Falling Man. Gethsemane Herron-Coward’s plays include Heifer, Blanks and Lordes (w/Katherine Wilkinson). Gethsemane’s work has been seen with the The Fire This Time Festival, JAG Productions, and more. Fellowships include: Puffin Foundation, Yasmin Scholarship from the Millay Colony. Member: Dramatist’s Guild. MFA: Columbia University.
 

Daniel Hirsch

Daniel Hirsch, A Small Breach of Protocol at Big Rick’s Rockin’ Sky Dive Academy. Daniel Hirsch is a playwright, screenwriter, and journalist based in Los Angeles. His work has appeared at City Theatre of Pittsburgh, Custom Made Theatre, the Asylum Theater of Las Vegas, Bay One Acts Festival, the SF Olympians Festival, Playground LA, and selected for Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival the San Francisco Playwright's Foundation Bay Area Playwrights Festival. He is a two-time recipient of a screenwriting prize from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation for Traitorous and Sheepish. His libretto for the opera ID, Please, composed by Soosan Lolavar, was performed at Tête à Tête Opera Festival in London. He has an MFA in dramatic writing from Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.
 

Donna Hoke

Donna Hoke, You Haven’t Changed A Bit. Donna’s work has been seen in 47 states and on five continents, including at Barrington Stage, Barrow Group, Celebration Theatre, Gulfshore Theatre, Queens Theatre, The Road, Phoenix Theatre, Atlantic Stage, Purple Rose, Skylight, Pride Films and Plays, New Jersey Rep, Hens and Chickens (London), The Galway Fringe Festival, and Actors Repertory Theatre of Luxembourg. Plays include Brilliant Works of Art (Kilroys List), Elevator Girl (O’Neill and Princess Grace finalist), and Teach (Gulfshore New Works winner). She has been nominated for the Primus, Blackburn, and Laura Pels prizes, and is a three-time winner of the Emanuel Fried Award for Outstanding New Play, Seeds, Sons & Lovers, Once in my Lifetime, and three-time Buffalo's Best Writer.
 

Andra Hunter

Andra Hunter, Star Bright. Andra Laine Hunter earned a BFA in Theatre Studies from SMU with a double concentration in Playwriting and Directing. She is currently an MFA in Playwriting Candidate with Spalding University. Her plays are slated for performance in Texas, New Mexico, Florida, and Tennessee. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
 

Stephen Kaplan

Stephen Kaplan, In Mrs. Baker’s Room. Stephen Kaplan’s plays have won the NJ Playwrights Contest, New American Comedy Showcase, Chameleon Theatre Circle; finalist: Woodward/Newman, Seven Devils, B Street Theatre's New Comedies Festival, Trustus, City Theatre; semi-finalist: O’Neill, PlayPenn, Ashland New Play Festival. He is a Dramatists Guild member and serves as the Northeastern Regional Representative for the DG National Council. www.bystephenkaplan.com
 

William Kovacsik

William Kovacsik, Bottle for a Special Occasion. William was on the faculty at Carnegie Mellon’s School of Drama from 1994-2001. Most recently, he served as chair of Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch Asia graduate program. He has had thirty-one of his plays performed in the US, Wales, Scotland, Canada and Singapore. His play The Masrayana won the Joseph Jefferson Citation Award for Best New Play in Chicago, 2005-2006, and Morisot Reclining was nominated for an Ovation Award by the Denver Post. His play Move To First, was produced in City Theatre’s 1998 Summer Shorts Festival. He has been published by both Playscripts, Inc. and Next Stage Press.
 

John Minigan

John Minigan, Closing Doors. John Minigan’s Queen of Sad Mischance is a 2020 winner of the New American Voices Festival. Noir Hamlet, named an EDGEMedia Best of Boston Theater 2018, was produced at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. He is a Massachusetts Artist Fellow in Dramatic Writing and Dramatists Guild Ambassador for Eastern New England. John’s play, It’s The Jews was produced in City Theatre’s 2014 Summer Shorts Festival

 

Marj O’Neill-Butler

Marj O’Neil-Butler, There’s A New Life Coming. Marj O’Neill-Butler, is the Florida Regional Rep for the Dramatists Guild. A member of the New Play Exchange and International Center for Women Playwrights, her work has been seen in 29 states, the District of Columbia, Canada, Great Britain, Scotland, Hong Kong and Seoul, S Korea. She has had 49 different plays produced in multiple theaters

 

Amber Palmer

Amber Palmer, Baby Dyke Whisperer.  Amber Palmer’s plays have been seen across the country, including Activate Midwest, The Mitten Lab, Flint Repertory Theatre, Bristol Valley Theater, and Tipping Point Theatre. Awards and publications include Best Men’s Monologues of 2019 and finalist for City Theatre's National Award for Short Playwriting (2019). MFA Western Michigan University (2020).
 

Phanesia Pharel

 Phanesia Pharel, And Other Dreams We Had. Phanésia Pharel is a Haitian-American playwright who addresses the divine metaphysical dilemma of Black and Latinx girlhood. Her plays span revolutions, islands, and Afro-Futurism. She is currently an Artist in Residence for New York Stage and Film, a National Young Playwright in Residence for the Echo Theater Company of Los Angeles and a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America. Her writing first came to the attention of City Theatre when she was selected for the company’s NextGen Playwrights Program, and then interned for its literary and CityWrights conference.
 

Eric Pfeffinger

Eric Pfeffinger, Something This Way Comes. Eric Pfeffinger is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writers Guild of America east. His plays have been produced by the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival, the Denver Theatre Center, the Geva, the Phoenix, and developed by the Lark, Page 73, PlayPenn, the Colorado New Play Summit, Orlando Shakes Playfest, Chicago Dramatists, and others. His previous work with City Theatre includes Melto Man and Lady Mantis, That Thing That Time, Be Good, and Tiny Baby.

 

Kris Rasmussen

Kris Rasmussen, Seussified. Kris Rasmussen is an educator and playwright living in Michigan. Her work has been featured in anthologies such as Smith and Kraus’s “Best of” series. Her plays have premiered at several regional theaters and she is the founder of the Great Lakes Festival of Shorts. Find her at www.krisrasmussen.net
 

Lia Romeo

Lia Romeo, Lifestyle Content. Lia Romeo’s play The Forest was developed at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference and was scheduled to receive a National New Play Network rolling world premiere in the upcoming season. This and three of her other plays have been recognized by the Kilroys List. Her plays have been produced by companies around the country and are published by Broadway Play Publishing, Playscripts, and Dramatists Play Service. Lia’s most recent production for City Theatre was the 2019 National Award winner, The Presentation, produced in Summer Shorts 2019.

 

Paloma Sierra

Paloma Sierra, Cola’o. PALOMA SIERRA is a Puerto Rican writer based in Pittsburgh. Current Emerging Poet Laureate of Allegheny County, Paloma has presented her work with Poetic Theater Productions and Nuyorican Poets Cafe. Her writing is published in Bridge: The Bluffton University Journal, Persephone's Daughters and Sampsonia Way. For more, visit www.pasierra.com
 

Philip Middleton Williams

Philip Middleton Williams, A Life Enriching Community. Philip Middleton Williams has written over forty plays from full-length to one minute, many available through New Play Exchange, ArtAge’s Senior Resource Center, and Smith Scripts. A Moment of Clarity was a 2017 finalist in the City Theatre National Short Play Contest. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

 

Steve Yockey

Steve Yockey, Go Get ‘Em Tiger. Steve Yockey is a Los Angeles based writer with work produced throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. His plays Bellwether, Pluto, Afterlife, Octopus, Large Animal Games, CARTOON, Subculture, Very Still & Hard to See, The Fisherman’s Wife, Wolves, Disassembly, and Niagara Falls & Other Plays are published and available from Samuel French. Additionally, his play Joshua Consumed an Unfortunate Pear (originally commissioned by Miami’s City Theatre) was included in the 2015 Humana Festival of New American Plays and the subsequent published anthology. Other plays include Blackberry Winter, The Thrush & The Woodpecker, Bleeding Hearts, and Bliss. His new play Mercury will open this season at Salt Lake Acting Company in Salt Lake City, Utah and Stray Cat Theatre in Phoenix, AZ. Steve is an artistic associate at Forum Theatre in Washington, DC and a company member of Out of Hand in Atlanta, GA. He holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and currently serves as a writer/producer for the television series Supernatural. Steve is City Theatre’s most commissioned playwright with plays produced in Summer Shorts, Shorts Gone Wild and Winter Shorts.

 

 

2019 WINNER Lia Romeo

THE PRESENTATION

THE FINALISTS

Jake Chapman (Music) and Lisa Mongillo (Book & Lyrics) HOSPITAL KIDS

Jen Diamond THIS IS HOW GHOSTS SPEAK

Nelson Diaz-Marcano RABIOSA and EL YUNQUE IN ENGLISH

Scott Dixon ENCYCLOPEDIA ELIZABETHA

Gracie Gardner BALLGIRL

Vince Gatton BETTER

Stephen Kaplan DEATH DEFYING

Jean Koppen GOT A LIGHT?

Jeff Locker THE FORGOTTEN PLACE and SWEET, SHE
Cristina Luzarraga EGG TIMER
David MacGregor BLACK FRIDAY

Michael John McGoldrick THE MOMENT AFTER

Jenny Mead BUT THAT’S OKAY

Amber Palmer THE SPEEDY GONZALES MEMORIAL TURTLE SANCTUARY

Jack Rushton MISTRANSLATIONS

Kirt Shineman A LIFE ASSEMBLED

Bara Swain EXTRAORDINARY

D. J. Sylvis STARS

Jennie Webb SMILING CAT CANDY HEART

Steve Yockey TELEPHONES & BAD WEATHER

Zach Spound DINOSAUR


 

​2018 WINNER Ken Weitzman

COVENANT (...OR BAGELS AND BUTCHERY)

 

THE FINALISTS

Ian August FROZEN FOODS

Leslie Ayvazian SMILING AT YOU

France-Luce Benson MELANIN

Preston Max Allen & Will Buck Franklin Pierce: DRAGON SLAYER

Jeff Bouthiette BIRTHDAY

Rachel Bublitz SWALLOWED

Audrey Cefaly BLOODBATH AT THE FILLMORE

Sheila Cowley DUCK

Alex Dremann PRECIPICE

Greg Edwards & Andy Roninson THE ALMOST IN-LAWS

Brent Englar, WEDNESDAY'S CHILD

Gina Femia FLY, BABY

Scott Gibson AILUROPHOBIA

Lauren Gunderson DAMSEL & DISTRESS

Phillip Hall THE NURSE

Andrew Heinze The BAR MITZFAH OF JESUS GOLDFARB

Monet Hurst-Mendoza WORK IT, BITCH

Lindsay Joy THE CLEANERS

Emily Kaczmarek AMERICAN KIDS

Amanda Keating THIS MOVIE

Mark Harvey Levine OH, TANNENBAUN

Ross Maxwell DON'T TURN AROUND

Emmeline McCabe SHIVAREE

Eric Pfeffinger MELTO MAN AND LADY MANTIS

Ashley Lauren Rogers BECKY'S CHRISTMAS WISH

Becca Schlossberg THE STORY OF GO Greg Smith SCHRODINGER'S GUN

LEM AND THE PATHETIC GIRL

Tracey Smith MEET THE PETS

Justin Warner GHOST LITE

 

 

2017 WINNERS

Christyn Budzyna, Charles Cohen, and Helen Park
BAKED GOODS


THE FINALISTS

Dean Bevan GRIM REAPER

Nathan Brisby JEALOUS HUSBAND RETURNS IN THE FORM OF A PARROT

Jeff Fraga I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN

Timothy Huang  MISSING KARMA

Chisa Hutchinson CHOOSING LOVE

Jonathan Josephson GRANDPA AND THE GAY RABBI

David MacGregor JUST DESSERTS

Susan Miller HUMAN AFFAIRS
Lin-Manuel Miranda  21 CHUMP STREET

 Eric Pfefinger THAT THING THAT TIME

Yasmine Rana LEAF CUTTER

Hillary Rollins BIG FAT COW

Lia Romeo OUT OF THE PARK

Scott Sickles THE BEDROOM SUMMIT

Angela Stern MAMA'S EGGNOG

Seamus Sullivan VALKYRIE IN THE ROLLER DISCO

R. Eric Thomas MIRIAM 1234

Korde Tuttle CLARITY

Lizzie Vieh MONSOON SEASON

Ken Weitzman COVENANT (OR, BAGELS AND BUTCHERY)

Philip Middleton Williams A MOMENT OF CLARITY

Jane Willis THE KID

 

 

2016 WINNERS Greg Edwards & Andy Roninson,
EVELYN SHAFFER AND THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME

 

THE FINALISTS

 Scott Barsotti TELL ME WHO YOU SEE

Suzanne Bradbeer THE COLONEL OF OKOBOJI

 Landon Braverman & Derek Hassler CHOICES

Tearrance Chisholm CATHEDRAL THEATER

 Patricia Cotter RULES OF COMEDY

Carey Crim ROOM 313

Chris Critelli & Andy Roninson WARPED

 Greg Edwards & Ron Barnett EPISCUS & EDENDUS

Rich Espey IN MEMORY OF MS. MARY BROWN

 Vanessa Garcia FREEK

 Elin Hampton F4

Brough Hansen  THE BLUE

 Gary Jaffe SUNSET

 Jennifer Jasper EGGS

 Chris O’Connor MISS RING HAS LOST HER PHONE

 Daria Polatin GeTTING AHEAD IN THE BIG BAD WORLD

 Lia Romeo LAST CALL BY

 Paul Tei WEDNESDAY’ S CHILD

  Greg Waters THE DEVIL’S ASSISTANT 

 

  

 

2015 WINNER France-Luce Benson

RISEN FROM THE DOUGH

 

THE FINALISTS

 James Armstrong  THE TRADE

Neena Beber  RUNNING INTO YOU

France-Luce Benson  THE TALK

Eleanor Burgess  PARK SLOPE MINSTREL SHOW

Patricia Cotter  THE ANTHROPOLOGY SECTION

Jane Elias   BABY STEPS

Rich Espey  THE JOYCE KILMER SERVICE CENTER

Lauren Feldman   SAND AND SAM

Vanessa Garcia  THE CROCODILE’S BITE

Vince Gatton  IN THE WHOLE HISTORY OF HI-Q

Miranda Hall  THE VALUE OF Y

David Hilder  MISFORTUNE

Donna Hoke  SURVIVAL STRATEGY

Jillian Leff REAL TALK

Jane Martin  BEDTIME

Susan Miller  READING LIST

Audrey Polinski  BURGER BALLET

Lia Romeo  YOG SOTHOTH

R. Eric Thomas  HUMAN RESOURCES

Greg Waters  THE POETRY CURSE

Louise Wigglesworth  REAL ART

Ann Wuehler  THE MATING SEASON OF FLYING MONKEYS

Anne Wynter RUBY NOW AND AGAIN

 

 

2014 WINNER Arlitia Jones

TORNADO

 

THE FINALISTS

Leslie Ayvazian  THE CLICK

Carey Crim  GLAMPING

Richard Dresser  HALFTIME

Fielding Edlow  BUMP BETWEEN FRIENDS

Jessica Farr  NADIE

Edith Freni  FLARE

Ira Gamerman  DID THIS MATTER? (A Game Show)

Vanessa Garcia  LASSO

Gary Garrison  GAME ON

Mira Gibson  OLD FLAME

Holli Harms  COUGAR

William Pendergast III  THE LAST OF THE McLAUGHLINS

Craig Pospisil  THERE’S NO HERE HERE

Theo Reyna  THE SCOTTISH PLAY

R. David Robinson  INK

Jake Rosenberg  NO ONE GIVES A CLAP

Andrew Rosendorf  SISYPHUS

Mark Routhier  LEAVING

Becca Schlossberg  HANDS

Lojo Simon  BATSHIT CRAZY

Gwydion Suilebhan  VERTICAL CONSTELLATION WITH BOMB

R. Eric Thomas  WHEN YOU PUT IT LIKE THAT IT’S RIDICULOUS

Michael Weems  ONE THREE TWO

Sheri Wilner  THE ONE

 

 

2013 WINNER David Bar Katz

MOTHRA VS. THE CASTING DIRECTOR: AN ALLEGORY

 

THE FINALISTS

Leslie Ayvazian  THE FAVOR  

 Brad Beckham & Hector  Pino PAPELES

Kendra Blevins  iZOMBIES  

Alex Broun  50 GUNS  

Cricket Daniel  BREAK DREAMS  

Emily Dendinger  EVERYBODY HURTS (SOMETIMES)

Vanessa Garcia  PAWN  

Holli Harms  MAKE JOHN PATRICK SHANLEY GO HOME  

Israel Horovitz  THE BUMP  

Peter Kennedy  DISCONNECTIONS  

Alexis Kozak  GIRLS PRAY OR KITCHEN STIGMATA  

Nina Mansfield  BITE ME  

Catya McMulle  MISSED CONNECTIONS  

Darren Miller & Kevin Mead  EDISON/TESLA  

John Minigan  IT’S THE JEWS  

Rick Park  PLEASE REPORT ANY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY  

Mary Sansone  WRINGLEYS  

Bara Swain  THE HOTEL LOBBYIST  

Deborah Yarchun  THE STARFIRE DANCE

 

 

2012 WINNER Carey Crim

GREEN DOT DAY

 

THE FINALISTS

Andie Arthur THE DUELING EDWARDS  

Allan Baker …LAST AND ALWAYS  

David Bar Katz HANDING DOWN THE RECIPE  

Allan Bates FORCED ENTRY  

Bekah Brunstetter RUN  

Barbara Bryan WITHOUT REGARD TO NEW ORLEANS  

Patrick Gabridge ESCAPE TO WONDERLAND  

C. S. Hanson THE ART OF THE INTERVIEW?

Holly Hepp-Galvan DEPARTURE  

David Kranes THE MEMORY PILLOW  

Adam Peltzman BEDFELLOWS  

Kyle John Schmidt THE DUNGEONS AND THE DRAGONS

Lojo Simon MOSCOW  

J. C. Svec VALERIE AND THERESA 

Joyce Turiskylie I’LL BE THERE  

Sheri Wilner A TALL ORDER  

Richard Vetere THE KID’S MENU  

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