Category: Bruce Ward
Break a leg—that works for singers, too, right?—to playwright alum Bruce Ward and the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (NYCGMC) performing Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall tonight at Carnegie Hall.
The event commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in NYC, as well as the 40th anniversary of the founding of NYCGMC, with a brand new choral music suite, co-commissioned by NYCGMC and the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles. The piece will have performances by choruses throughout the U.S. in 2019, the largest collaboration in the history of LGBTQ choruses.
Playwright alum Bruce Ward shares a story—filmed at Boston's WGBH last fall—adapted from his essay "Still Here" on WORLD Channel's Stories from the Stage! Congratulations!
Bruce Ward's Lazarus Syndrome has its first performance in a production by Omaha's SNAP! Productions tonight. The play runs through June 24. Congratulations!
Happy opening of Lazarus Syndrome—which opens tonight in Richmond in a production by Richmond Triangle Players—to Bruce Ward! Lazarus Syndrome (Bruce's thesis play when he was here) runs until March 19. Read more more about the play and RTP's current season here.
If you're in NYC tomorrow night (Sept. 17), alumni playwright Bruce Ward will be reading from his play The Lazarus Syndrome at the launch party for the new anthology Art & Understanding: Literature From the First Twenty Years of A&U (Black Lawrence Press). Bruce's play is included in the book, which features two decades of writers responding to AIDS. Learn more about the event—a reading on Reade Street!—here.
Here is a terrific video playwright alum Bruce Ward shared with us, about his gig earlier this summer as Playwright in Residence at the School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC), the largest non-profit performing arts education program in Virginia. Bruce helped eight high school student playwrights from across Virginia bring their original one-act plays to life on the stage at the 26th Annual New Voices for the Theater Festival of New Works. Fantastic!