Abbey Fenbert’s Sickle has its first performance in a production by Chicago’s Red Theater tonight. The play runs through July 29. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Abbey Fenbert, whose new web series Beck & Clem debuts today!
Two of our Playwriting alums—Abbey Fenbert (Intentions) and Leo McGann (The Honey Trap)—are at the Great Plains Theatre Conference (GPTC) this week as part of PlayLab. Twenty-one PlayLabs are held throughout the Conference week with three staged readings running simultaneously. Playwrights receive feedback on their work from a panel of GPTC Guest Artists, as well as other […]
Happy opening to Abbey Fenbert and Detroit’s Matrix Theatre Company on this opening night of Intentions, which runs through Feb. 26!
We hope you’ll join us! Sickle — which opens tonight and runs through Feb. 22 — is the third of five events in our @Play Festival of New Work, a season-long celebration of of the MFA Playwriting class of 2015, co-produced by Boston University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the College of Fine […]
Abbey Fenbert’s Sickle is a BU New Play Initiative production and the third of five events in the @Play Festival of New Work, a season-long celebration of the MFA Playwriting class of 2015, co-produced by Boston University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the College of Fine Arts School of Theatre in collaboration with […]
Playwrights Cassie M. Seinuk (from Lesley University, who is also our BTM stage manager) and our own Abbey Fenbert are taking Hyannis by storm this week [sorry — couldn’t resist that one], at the KCACTF Region 1 Festival. Thanks for the photo, Cassie!
Current MFAs (and friends!) display their awards on the terrace of the Kennedy Center last weekend. L-R: Lesley University’s Cassie M. Seinuk, NYU’s Nick Carr, and our own Abbey Fenbert and Stephanie Brownell. Not pictured: Steven Barkhimer and Michael Parsons. Congratulations, all! (And thanks for the photo, Steph!)
KCACTF winners past and present at BPT for Peter M. Floyd’s Absence. L-R: Stephanie Brownell, Abbey Fenbert, Peter M. Floyd, John Kuntz and Michael Parsons. (Thanks for the photo, Kate!) Great KCACTF news for current MFA students and alums: Abbey Fenbert’s Intentions was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting; Michael Parsons’ Sumner Falls […]
Work by three of our current MFA playwrights will advance to the national-level award competitions at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Washington, D.C. Line Please by Will Carter and The Sand Beneath the City by Abbey Fenbert will compete for the John Cauble Award for Outstanding Short Play. Stephanie Brownell’s Eskimo […]