Wounds Invisible was named a semi-finalist, for the fourth year of the “Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries” competition, 2020-21, American Shakespeare Center.
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A Puppeteer with the Palsy Apologizes to his Puppet, a ten-minute play adapted from A Puppeteer with the Palsy Performs Scenes from Shakespeare, or, The Ghost in the Machine, has been selected to appear in the on-line magazine, Rattapallax, for their issue “Parkinson’s Poetry.” Stay tuned for details of a reading of an excerpt from the play at the launch event, Zoomed from the Bowery Poetry Club on April 28 at 6PM, EDT.
Kicky-Wicky was named a semi-finalist, for the third year of the “Shakespeare’s New Contemporaries” competition, 2019-20, American Shakespeare Center.
Dear Birthmother Letter was named a finalist for the Judith Royer Award of Excellence in Playwriting, Association for Theatre in Higher Education, 2019.
A Script-in-hand reading
7:30 PM, Thursday, March 7
Tufts University Hillel
220 Packard Ave., Medford, MA 02155
In 1858 New Orleans, theatre manager and playwright George Washington Lazarus has two problems on his hands, and both of them involve trial scenes: an actor in his own company has chosen to play Shylock for a benefit performance; and his trial for first-degree murder begins the next day. Lazarus refuses to defend himself; but his wife and daughter may have other plans.
Inspired by people, events, and plays featured in the Bernard Hewitt Award-winning book, Hideous Characters and Beautiful Pagans: Performing Jewish Identity on the Antebellum American Stage, by Heather Nathans, Professor and Chair of the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies Tufts University
Barbara Wallace Grossman
A script-in-hand reading of
A Puppeteer with the Palsy Performs Scenes from Shakespeare, or, The Ghost in the Machine
by Cary Mazer
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 7PM
Bruce Montgomery Theatre
3680 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Directed by Edward Sobel
Featuring Peter DeLaurier with Sara Outing
Support for the workshops and the reading has been provided by The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation
Cary Mazer was awarded an Independent Creative Production grant from The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation to workshop his play, A Puppeteer with the Palsy Performs Scnes from Shakespeare. He will be working with actor Peter DeLaurier and designer/actor/puppeteer Sara Outing, both to develop te play and to work out the cmplexities of the puppetry,. The workshop will culminate in a public reading, at a date to be determined.