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Thursday, April 20 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Curtain Call: A Conversation on Playwriting

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Join us for Curtain Call: A Conversation on Playwriting featuring writers from the Inland Northwest. This event will be hosted by Bryan Harnetiaux, Spokane Civic Theater’s Playwright in Residence since 1982. The conversation will be moderated by Trish Harnetiaux, Brooklyn-based playwright, filmmaker, and podcaster who was born and raised in Spokane. Talented panelists include local and regional playwrights Molly Allen who spent three years as Stage Left Theater Writer in Residence, Pam Kingsley, author and actress with numerous plays produced around the United States, Scott Doughty, the co-founder of Spokane Playwrights Laboratory with over 200 show credits on his resume, and Laramie Dean, a novelist, playwright, and theater teacher from Missoula, Montana. Don’t miss this conversation on playwriting in the PNW and beyond! We would like to thank The Hive and Spokane Public Library for their partnership.

 This event is free and open to the public, no tickets required.

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Scott Doughty

Scott Doughty holds an MFA in directing with an emphasis in new play development from the University of Idaho. He is a multi-year collaborator at the 7 Devil’s Playwrighting Conference. With over 200 show credits on his resume, Scott has worked for the Ensemble Studio Theatre’s... Read More →
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Laramie Dean

Laramie Dean is a Montana writer of queer horror fiction and the director of theatre at Hellgate High School in Missoula. He has recently published several plays from Theatrefolk, including Dracula, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and Finding Jo March, a queered adaptation of Louisa... Read More →
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Pamela Kingsley

Pamela Kingsley’s plays have been produced by theatres around the U.S., most recently in Boston, Cleveland, Columbia (MO), Kansas City, Los Angeles, Louisville, New Haven, NYC, the State University of New York (Brockport), San Francisco, Santa Fe, and Spokane. Her play Mother's... Read More →
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Molly Allen

Molly Allen of Dave Ken and Molly in the Morning on 92.9 zzu was thrilled to spend 3 years as The Playwright in residence at Stage Left Theater. Radio personality and co-founder/Executive Director of the non-profit Safety Net. She is a grandma by day and theater lover by night. Molly's... Read More →
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Bryan Harnetiaux

Bryan Harnetiaux has been a Playwright-in-Residence at Spokane Civic Theatre in Spokane, Washington, since 1982. Thirteen of his plays have been published, and his short play THE LEMONADE STAND is also anthologized in More One Act Plays for Acting Students (Meriwether Publishing Ltd... Read More →
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Trish Harnetiaux

Trish Harnetiaux is a playwright, filmmaker, and podcast creator. Her plays include California, Tin Cat Shoes, How to Get into Buildings, If You Can Get to Buffalo and Welcome to the White Room. Her six-part narrative podcast, The MS Phoenix Rising, is available on Playwrights... Read More →

Thursday April 20, 2023 12:30pm - 1:30pm PDT
The Hive 2904 E Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99202