Alumni Sarah Bowden’s short play Batter Up: a Play about Basketball or Baking” is featured tonight at Nylon Fusion Theater Company’s “This Rounds On Us” Short Play fest. This year each of their short play fests are “Time Travel Themed” and aligned with two decades in U.s History. The June short play fest is 1930s/40s themed. Congrats Sarah! If you are in NYC go check it out! They give you free Sangria with your ticket 😉
7pm, Gene Frankel Theater-24 Bond Street NY. Get tickets here
More about Sarah
Sarah Bowden is a playwright, raised right, who writes about kryptonite. Her full-length The Magnificent Masked Hearing Aid was staged at Ohio University in 2012, and was listed as a semi-finalist in the 2013 Capital Repertory Next Act! New Play Summit and the 2013 Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte’s nuVoices Festival. Her short play Captain Incredible Vs. The Girlfriend was produced internationally by Monkeyman Productions in 2012, and her five-minute script Batter Up: A Play About Baseball Or Baking was produced by Nylon Fusion Theatre in 2015. Her full-length Lively Stones received a reading at the Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre in 2011, and her one-act Two Sides of a River was read at the Painted Bride in Philadelphia in 2009. Sarah has completed internships with Chicago Dramatists, Arden Theatre Company, the Wilma Theater, Northlight Theatre, the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, and the Adirondack Theatre Festival. She received Honorable Mention in the American Blues Theater’s 2013 Blue Ink Playwriting Award, and was listed as a semi-finalist in the 2015 Activate Midwest New Play Festival, the 2014 Elgin Cultural Commission Page to Stage Program, and the Stage Left Theatre Playwright Residency. She won the 2005 White-Howells English Prize for Drama and the 2003 Margaret W. Baker Prize for Fiction. In 2002, she was a finalist in the 2002 International Thespian Festival’s Playworks program. Sarah holds an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Ohio University and B.A. in directing and creative writing from Beloit College.