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Theater At DUAF Announces 2018 Finalists for 16th Season

Theater At DUAF Announces 2018 Finalists for 16th Season

THEATER at Downtown Urban Arts Festival (DUAF) has announced the finalists for its 16th season to run at renowned venues in downtown Manhattan, New York City, during spring 2018. The finalists were selected from over 100 submissions from some of the nation's most talented emerging playwrights. THEATER is produced by Creative Ammo Inc. and Reg E. Gaines, two-time Tony nominee, returns as THEATER's Artistic Director.

The Finalists are:

Adam Seidel - Deranged Fan

Alano P. Baez - Trash Talk

Alisa Zhulina - Sublet

Anghus Houvouras - A Civilized World

Anna Michael - The Ugly Kids

Augusto Federico Amador - Atacama

Azure D. Osborne-Lee - Mirrors

Baindu Dafina - Corporatesthenics

Barbara Kahn - Cyma's Story

Charles Curtis - Strings

Daniel Damiano - American Tranquility

J. E. Robinson - My Funeral Is Saturday, Please Try

Jessica Luck - Guru

Joe Gulla - Gay.Porn.Mafia

Juan Ramirez, Jr. - Sailing Stones

Kim Yaged - The Vast Mystery Of Who You Are

Marcus Scott - Blood Orange

Nattalie Gordon - Cooter Soup

Nelson Diaz-Marcano - The Diplomats

Rollin Jewett - Help Me Get Over You

Sean Michael Welch - Elegant Women With Excellent Manners

Steve Gold - Men Versus Women

Susan Rowan Masters - Talk Turkey

T. K. Lee - Dipping Birds

Tom Block - Duck

In 2001, THEATER was founded with the purpose to build a repertoire of new American theatre that echoes the true spirit of urban life and speaks to a whole new generation whose lives defy categorizing along conventional lines. That purpose has been realized many times over, as more than 100 writers have created and refined their work for the stage and thousands of inspired audience members have applauded their performances. It has been recognized as "one of the world's best festivals for new works" and described as "not only prestigious, but a slice of heaven for playwrights who want the chance to freely express themselves." (Lisa Mulcahy, Theater Festivals, Allworth Press, 2005)

For more information about THEATER at DUAF, visit www.duafnyc.com and www.facebook.com/dutfnyc.

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