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by Steven Bergman
A symbolic look at the survivors of the victims of September 11th. Stan still sees and talks with his wife, Rachel, whom he lost on that tragic day. Stans brother, Jeff, still tries to help his brother move on, but has yet to succeed two years after Stans tragic loss.Author Biography
Plays published by JAC Publishing and Promotions include Cutting the Leash, The Guy Chair and Grieving Process. Published plays: History (Brooklyn Publishers; Winner in the 15-Minute category of the Sonoma County (CA) Reps New Drama Works Scripts Competition (2003)), Rosie the Teddy Bear, (Brooklyn Publishers; premiered at the 2004 ACME New Works Festival) and Critics Carnival (Brooklyn Publishers). Composer: The Curse of the Bambino (Lyric Stage Company of Boston, CD available at www.bambinomusical.com), Jack The Ripper: The Whitechapel Musical" (Boston Center of the Arts), Four Kisses, and original scores for Shakespeares Comedy of Errors, and Wilsons Book of Days.. His oratorio, a celebration of the holiday Tu B'Shvat entitled "Time Of the Trees", is available on ZCRecords. For young audiences: Adaptations of "Tom and Huck", Tatterhood, (a Swedish folktale),King Midas and his Friends, (co-written Peggy Traktman), "The Pied Piper" (co-written with Christopher DiGrazia and Earl Maulding), and "Rumplestiltskin". Musical Director: Das Barbec¸ (New Repertory Theatre), Forum (American Stage Festival), the New England premieres of The Gig and "When Pigs Fly" (Lyric Stage Company), Personals, Tomfoolery (Actors Playhouse), "Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill", "The Fantasticks", "Pump Boys and Dinettes", "Something's Afoot", "Pirates of Penzance", and "Smoke On The Mountain" (Worcester Foothills Theatre), and the world premiere of "The Orphan Queen" (Jewish Theatre of New England). Keyboardist: "Nunsense Jamboree" (national tour with Georgia Engel, CD/DVD with Vicki Lawrence), as well as national tours of "Sunday in the Park with George", "Dreamgirls", "Guys and Dolls", and "Les Miserables." Mr. Bergman is a member of Theatre Communications Group and The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc., and teaches Drama and Music in the Littleton Schools in Littleton, MA. Visit his website, www.everydayaholiday.net for more information.
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2/7/12 - Playwrights Steven Bergman and David Kruh have new published stories in the anthology, "Final Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox Nation." Check them out at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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