West Palm Beach's Cynthia Morrison Takes Second Place in Washington D.C. Play Competition
Cynthia Morrison of West Palm Beach recently returned from Washington D.C. where she attended the presentation of her award winning Play "Peppered Precinct".
The Play earned second prize in the McLean Drama ten minute play contest. The story focuses on sexual harassment within a Police dept. She is a graduate of the Burt Reynolds Institute in Jupiter.
The play was presented at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in downtown Washington DC. First place winner was William Fowkes of Manhattan New York with the third place winner being Jerome Coopersmith. Coopersmith is author to "Baker Street" the Broadway Musical of the 1960's.
Playwright/Gothic Author/Film maker Cynthia Morrison on the set
The winning Playwrights in order: William Fowkes, Cynthia Morrison and Jerome Coopersmith
The winning Playwrights with the cast of the Play festival