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Maia Akiva
Maia Akiva is a Self Help Fiction writer. She's originally from Israel.

Her plays had readings all over the USA. Her plays life and I hate love are published by Brooklyn Publishers. Her play me won the St. Tammany National One-Act Play Festival and the Sautee Nacoochee Center Playwrights Showcase play contest. And was a finalist in the Stormy Weather Players 2009 New Plays Festival and the Society of Southwestern Author's one act playwriting... read more

Robert A. Allen
Robert Allen plays the roles of husband, father and teacher in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. The supporting cast includes his wife, Carmen, and their five children. His plays have often been performed by the Pillsbury Players, whom he directed for eight years. He now directs the Pastoral Ministry program at Baptist Bible College of Pennsylvania, training ministers to add drama to their preaching. Previous roles have included the pastorate, read more
Laurie Allen
Laurie Allen is an author residing in Odessa, Texas. She has had skits, duets and plays published by various publishing companies. Her plays have been produced at the Indian River Players, Gettysburg College, The Pasadena Little Theater, and the Globe of the Great Southwest.
Glenn Alterman

Glenn Alterman is a multi- award winning playwright, the author of thirty theater related books (including 10 books of original monologues, and monologues from his published plays), a screenwriter, read more

Olivia Arieti
Olivia Arieti is an English teacher who lives in Torre del Lago Puccini, Italy, with her family. Besides her work with Heuer and Brooklyn Publishers, her play, DAWNLESS DAYS has been published by Desert Road Publishing, ELIZA AND THE ROYAL SWANS by JAC Publishing & Promotions, and with the most recent, RABBIE BURNS’ NIGHT, she has eleven plays with Lazy Bee Scripts. FLIGHT ATP12 was produced by Gulfport Community Players (FL), read more
Marc Bagwell
Marc Bagwell lives outside Oklahoma City and has been writing for many years. Several of his plays have garnered acclaim through writing contests, including such works as Maria, which made it to the final round of the Tennessee Williams Play Festival. \r\nSecond Sight was a quarterfinalist in the New Century Writing Awards, and Whisper was an honorable mention in the American Gem Short Script Contest. read more
Shirley Barrie
Shirley Barrie co-founded and was Associate Director of the Tricycle Theatre in London, England, from 1972 to 1984 where she began writing for young audiences. After returning to Toronto, Canada, she co-founded Straight Stitching Productions in 1989, and has won two Chalmers Awards for writing (Straight Stitching and Carrying the Calf) and a Dora for best production in Carrying the Calf.
Norman A. Bert
Norman A. Bert earned his PhD at Indiana University, specializing in dramatic theory and criticism. He has taught acting, playwriting, read more
Deb Bert
Deb Bert earned a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Montana State University-Billings, where she graduated with high honors. A native of Montana, Deb writes under the pen name of Madeleine Martin. Her scripts have been produced in Montana, Texas, and off-off-Broadway in New York. She is currently writing a children’s book as well as continuing her play writing. When she's not absorbed in theatre-related activities, read more

Celeste Bonfanti
Celeste Bonfanti
Celeste Bonfanti has been actively involved in community theatre, both in New Jersey and Northern England, for twenty-five years, performing, directing and interpreting performances for deaf audience members. Celeste has co-founded three youth theatres and her plays have been performed by schools, youth and community groups in both the US and UK. Acting credits include Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, Helene Hanff in 84 Charing Cross Road, read more

Roy C. Booth
Roy C. Booth
Roy C. Booth was born in Bemidji, MN on August 26, 1965, and is a 1983 graduate of Pillager High School. Roy holds college degrees from Brainerd Community College (AA, 1986) and Bemidji State University (BA EnglishSpeech-Theatre, 1989 MA English, 1998), and student taught scriptwriting for the English and Theatre Departments while attending BSU. Roy is also a published author, poet, journalist, essayist, read more
Mary Kaye Boyle
M. K. Boyle has been writing dramatic sketches for over twenty years. Before obtaining her degree in nursing, she traveled with a local Christian drama company as one of the performers. She soon started writing their material and became encouraged by the reaction of the audience. Her first sketch, "An Adam and Eve Tale," remains a favorite, especially among youth groups. In addition, she has published several collections of sketches for Advent. read more

Wade Bradford
Wade Bradford
I grew up in rainy Washington state. In 1991, at the age of 19, I moved down to sunny California. Ever since then I have been complaining about “missing the seasons.” (And yet it should be noted that I have yet to move from this continually sunny weather!)

I have loved writing since I was a little kid. My specialties are: plays, young adult novels, middle-grade fiction, and picture books. read more

Leslie Bramm
Mr. Bramm's plays have been produced at The Kraine, Currican, Theatre Off Park, Todo Con Nada, The Theotorium, The Lucille Lortel, The Beckett , CBGBS 313 and in numerous regional theatres and festivals. He is a recipient of a Stanley Drama Award (Oswald's Backyard), a Tennessee Williams Award (Big Ball) and a Paul. T. Nolan Award (Islands of Repair, which was also read as a radio play on NPR-WJFF). read more
D. B. Braxton
D. B. Braxton was raised in Tennessee and now lives in Texas. Braxton has had numerous plays published and produced, mostly ten-minute plays.

Alex Broun
Alex Broun
Born in Sydney, Australia, Alex has enjoyed considerable success in theatre, TV and film as a writer, actor and director. As a writer he has had many plays performed in the USA, South Africa, Canada, Singapore, the UK, Taiwan, the Philippines, Pakistan, Japan and Australia. He has also twice received funding from the Australian Film Commission as well as recently having two short screenplays filmed. read more
Karen Mueller Bryson
Karen Mueller Bryson, Ph.D. is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and educator as well as a fiction author, playwright and performer. She earned Master's degrees in both Human Development Counseling and Creative Writing with an Emphasis in Playwriting. She earned a doctoral degree in Human Science at Saybrook Graduate School. Dr. Bryson is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Services at Ottawa University in Tempe, read more
Bea Carlton
Bea Carlton’s passion for writing began early in life. High school journalism and English classes received the most attention (and the best grades) from this aspiring writer. Following her instincts, she pursued writing into adulthood. Now a well-established and long-time successful writer, her novels weave a rich blend of mystery, adventure, read more

Marsh Cassady
Marsh Cassady
Marsh Cassady is the author of more than fifty books including novels, true crime, biography, collections of plays, short stories and haiku, and books on theatre and storytelling. His plays have been widely performed in the United States (including Off-Broadway) and in Mexico. A former actor/director and university professor, he has a Ph.D. in theatre, is a member of Actors Equity Association and the Dramatists Guild, read more
Liz Covey
Liz Covey is a freelance costume designer whose work has been seen in England’s and America’s leading theatres. She has taught at Barnard College, Columbia University, Marymount Manhattan College, and Bennington College.
Jim Custer
Jim Custer has traveled with the Jeremiah People for fourteen years, delighting audiences nationwide and abroad with his wit and dramatic characters. He directed the group for eleven of those years. He has an extensive background in theatre, film and radio, and has received national accolades for several Gospel Films and James Dobson productions. Custer teams up with Bob Hoose to present a dynamic two-man show, “Best of Friends, read more
Sandra de Helen
Sandra de Helen is the Membership Director of the International Center of Women Playwrights. She is a proud member of National Writers Union and Dramatists Guild. Author of The Hounding (#1 bestseller for 1999 for ebookshoppe.com), Published October 1999 by Thy Fiction Works, Sandra is an active playwright. She lives in Portland, Oregon.

Shirley Dearing
Shirley Dearing
Musician, designer, painter, writer – these talents and proficiencies mark Shirley Dearing as a true “Renaissance Woman.” They comprise the perfect blend of skills to qualify her as an authority for a book about practical costume-making. Following her degrees in music from Barnard College of Columbia University-New York and art from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, Shirley moved into the professional world of the fine arts. read more
Todd Debreceni
Todd Debreceni has worked in the entertainment industry for nearly 30 years, and before starting his own small effects shop in Colorado did work for TBS, 20th Century-Fox, Warner Bros. and Disney. He is a past recipient of a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award and a Denver Post Ovation Award for Special Accomplishment in Makeup Effects. Today he is a working makeup effects artist, teacher and writer. read more

Jonathan Dorf
Jonathan Dorf
Jonathan Dorf's plays have been produced throughout the United States and Canada, as well as in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, including stagings of his work by such companies as the Walnut Street Theatre, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, Interact, read more
Ed Dunlop
Ed Dunlop has worked in children's ministries full-time for over 23 years. He is the author of two books for Christian educators. Ed and his family travel most of the year. As a children's evangelist, he conducts kids' crusades in local churches. He also conducts teacher-training seminars, speaks at junior camps and presents visualized drug and alcohol programs in public elementary and junior high schools. read more
 
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