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The Fortification of Miss Grace Wren
by Robin Rice Lichtig
Late September, 2001. A small churchyard, East Village, Manhattan.
An elementary school teacher can't cope with the present. She wants to escape into the past. Thanks to an historical figure who stands astride the 17th and 21st Centuries, she finds the strength and desire to continue her life. Running Time: Approximately 1/2 hour.
About this Playwright
New York playwright Robin Rice Lichtig has authored over 45 plays, seen on stages from Alaska to Florida, Amsterdam to South Africa to Mongolia. Publishers include Dramatic, Bakers (French), Smith + Kraus, Brooklyn, ArtAge, and JAC. Residencies include Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum (CA), The Phoenix Theatre (AZ), Cleveland Public (OH), The Lark (NYC), and Sarah Lawrence College. Producers: Kennedy Center, Bailiwick Repertory, 3Graces, 3Fates, Bloomington Playwrights Project, Venus, Alleyway, NJ Rep, HERE, One Heart, Emerging Artists, New Georges, ManhattanTheatreSource, and Lincoln Center Directors Lab among others. She has been recognized by: Goshen Peace Play Prize, Jane Chambers, Moondance, Maxim Mazumdar, Perishable, Reva Shiner, TADA!, Samuel French and others. Full-length titles include: Lola and the Planet of Glorious Diversity, Frontier, Suki Livingston Opens Like a Parachute, Listen! The River, Searching for a New Sun, Play Nice!, Embracing the Undertoad, The Power of Birds, Music of the Spheres (Harmony), Humans Remain, Women w/o Walls and Necessary Geography. Membership: League of Professional Theatre Women, International Centre for Women Playwrights, Manhattan Oracles, the Dramatists Guild. For information on upcoming gigs, synopses and scripts: www.dramamama.net.
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