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Wyn Alyse Thomas (she/her) is a writer, actor, director, and producer from Buffalo Grove, IL. She is a nationally recognized playwright with her work published and licensed by Samuel French (“stand. Up. HIT!”), Playscripts (“Write Their Wrongs”), and Next Stage Press (“Commitment Issues: A Musical”). Her writing has been honored at KCACTF the last two years, and she has worked extensively as an artist and activist with ENOUGH! Plays to End Gun Violence. She is currently developing "First Semester: a Musical," a full-length musical exploring mental health, identity, and relationships during the first semester of college. She is currently studying theatre, nonprofit management, and film and media scoring at the University of Georgia. wynalysethomas.com

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Casts Announced for The Blank Theatre's 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival

Casting has been announced for week one of The Blank Theatre’s 30th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. Being presented as digital shorts, the first three of 12 winning plays by young playwrights aged 15–19 will be available to stream on Vimeo July 8–14.

At Stageworks at 7:30 PM, ThinkTank Theatre presents a staged reading of these powerful, poignant plays. Actors Kaylee Tupper Miller, Cranstan Cumberbatch, Shelby Ronea, Jadon Milne, Lance Felton, Marie-Claude Trembley, Noah Perez, and Haley Janeda will be joined on stage by members of ThinkTank YAE.
Goodman Theatre Announces Artistic Updates

With two major revivals on stage helmed by Artistic Collective members—August Wilson's Gem of the Ocean directed by Resident Director Chuck Smith (through February 27) and Manilow Resident Director Mary Zimmerman's The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci (February 11 – March 20)—the Goodman announces several artistic updates as its 2021/2022 “Homecoming” Season continues.
#ENOUGH Announces Eight Winning Plays By Emerging Teen Writers

 #ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence today announced its selection of eight eye-opening, provocative and vital plays as the winners of its national short play competition.

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