Luna Gale, Rebecca Gilman’s tale about a social worker struggling to place a newborn who has methamphetamine-addicted parents and a grandmother who belongs to an apocalyptic cult, last night won the $25,000 Harold and Mimi Steinberg/American Theatre Critics Association New Play Award at the Humana New Play Festival in Louisville, ATCA Board Chair Bill Hirschman […]
Source Festival play among six Steinberg Award finalists
For the second year in a row, a play which debuted at DC’s Source Festival is in line for a playwriting award. Last year, Topher Payne’s Perfect Arrangement received the American Theatre Critics Association’s $1,000 M. Elizabeth Osborne Award for top play by an emerging writer.
Source Festival play wins Osborn prize
The American Theatre Critics Association has announced that this year’s prestigious M. Elizabeth Osborn Award will go to Topher Payne from Atlanta, Georgia for Perfect Arrangement, a play which premiered in Washington at CulturalDC’s 2013 Source Festival, DC Theatre Scene has learned.