MIAMI WRITES on March 4

MURT_Miami Writes 2022Miami Writes Program for New Plays 2022

Friday, March 4, 2022 at 7:30pm

Studio 307 (307 Phelps Hall)
Miami University Hamilton campus

Free admission, but space is limited, so reservations are required.

Go here for to reserve your seat: https://miamiwrites22.bpt.me

About Miami Writes:
Miami Writes is a Miami University Hamilton Theatre program dedicated to the fostering and production of new plays by student and local playwrights. The program began in 2004. Past productions have included works by Brandon Berning (Miami Hamilton student playwright whose Miami Writes-developed play, A Painted Life, won second place in the 36th annual Great Lakes Region Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in 2005), Ruth Britt, Danielle Ervin, Roberta Flackwood and Bridget Ossmann. Ms. Ossmann’s work, the musical, Teachers Left Behind received a full production by MUH Theatre in 2010 in Parrish Auditorium. The Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative awarded this play and Ms. Ossmann’s more recent one, Purple Paint (a drama about a Kentucky coal mining family) the honor of readings at The Aronoff Center in Cincinnati. Allyson West’s 2015 Miami Writes submission winner, Texican, is now an award-winning film. Facilitated by Bekka Eaton

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  1. Susan Medure Decatur

    I am both a local playwright and Miami alum so I’m especially proud to be included in this year’s event at Miami Hamilton’s regional campus. Both my husband and I had our short plays selected and are excited to hear them performed this Friday!

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