Recent MFA grad, Bianca Sams is apart of the 2014-15 New Works Fellowship at Tennessee Rep! This prestigious opportunity is given to 4 playwrights per year and includes development help on a new play, a public reading and workshops with professional theater artists.
Fun fact!(tell all your friendsss) Jeremy Sony(another OU alum) received this fellowship last year!
This Sunday night, May 11, a reading of OU Alum Jeremy Sony’s new play ‘Pathogenesis’ will be streamed live on the internet thanks to HowlRoundTV’s Livestream channel, http://www.livestream.com/newplay/ (visit the link and look for Upcoming Events).
Sunday, May 11 5pm PDT / 7pm CDT / 8pm EDT
Pathogenesis by Jeremy Sony. Synopsis: A global pandemic, a dangerous cure, and a father / daughter relationship set to explode at the end of the world.
Theatre podcast “The Inexplicable Dumb Show” interviewed alum Jeremy Sony this week about his play “Ichabod: Missing in Sleepy Hollow” playing at Street Theatre Company. Sony talks about his take on the classic Sleepy Hollow legend and his work with Tennessee Repertory Theatre and their Ingram New Works Lab.
Congratulations to one of our newest alums, Jeremy Sony; he was recently announced as one of the four 2013-2014 Ingram New Works Lab Playwrights at Tennessee Repertory Theatre! The program consists of monthly workshops, a lab symposium with this year’s Ingram New Works Fellow, Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright, as well as a new works festival in May.