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Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke

Andrew Clarke graduated from Marlboro College (VT) with a degree in theater and received his M.F.A in Playwriting from Brandeis University (MA). His plays have been presented at The Boston Playwrights’ Theater, Brandeis University, The UMass Writer’s Conference, The American Repertory Theatre, The Devanaughn Theater and The Darkhorse Theater (TN). His latest play, The Random Caruso, had a successful run at the Boston Center for the Arts in 2009 and was an IRNE nominee for Best New Play. His plays Work Makes One Free (2000) Breakfast with Harvey (2005) and Vas Deferens (2007) were performed at the Boston Theater Marathon. Work Makes One Free is included in Baker’s Plays Boston Theater Marathon, Volume 2, Vas Deferens was also produced at the Slippery Rock Festival of the Arts (2007) and The Provincetown Theater Company’s 2007 Spring Festival of New Works. His play Hospital (sic) was presented as part of The Boston Theater Works New Works Festival (2003). A short work, One Bright Day, was performed at the Provincetown Theater Company’s 2004 Spring Festival of New Works, Culture Park’s (New Bedford, MA) Short Play Festival (2005) and was a finalist for the 2004 Heideman award at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville. His screenplay, The Talent, won the 2004 Woods Hole Film Festival’s Best Feature Length screenplay award, and was optioned by Lascaux Pictures. His screenplay The Runaway was the runner up in the 2006 Woods Hole Film Festival’s Best Feature Length screenplay award. He teaches Playwriting at Emerson College in Boston, MA. and lives in South Dartmouth, MA.
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