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LGBTQ YOUTH NIGHT WITH PLAYWRIGHT A. REY PAMATMAT

6/7/2015 South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
7pm

Student groups and youth groups are invited to attend a free performance of after all the terrible things I do and participate in a post-show conversation with playwright A. Rey Pamatmat following the 7pm performance.

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A. Rey Pamatmat is the author of after all the terrible things I do and Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (Humana Festival of New American Plays at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, produced nationwide, Steinberg/ATCA New Play Citation, 2013 GLAAD Media and Lambda Literary Awards nominations). Edith’s Spanish translation was featured at Guadalajara’s Semana Internacional de la Dramaturgia in June 2014, and the play was translated into Russian through a residency at Moscow’s Mayakovsky Center in October 2014. His other plays include Thunder Above, Deeps Below (Second Generation), A Spare Me (Waterwell), DEVIANT (Vortex Theatre Company), and High/Limbo/High (HERE). His plays are represented by Samuel French and Playscripts. He is the recipient of the Princess Grace Award, a Princess Grace Special Projects Grant, an NYFA Playwriting Fellowship, and an E.S.T./Sloan Grant. He was the 2012-2013 Hodder Fellow in Playwriting, the 2011-2012 PoNY Fellow, and is the co-director of the Ma-Yi Writer’s Lab. He received his BFA from New York University and his MFA from the Yale School of Drama.

About after all the terrible things I do

What makes ordinary people do terrible things? Daniel – a young, gay aspiring writer – seeks a fresh start and a new job at the local bookstore he loved as a child.  When he meets Linda, the Filipina bookstore owner, they discover a connection that goes deeper than a love of literature. Artistic Director Peter DuBois directs the New England premiere of A. Rey Pamatmat’s gripping and intimate new play about forgiveness and second chances.

Approximate run time: 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission

 

"I fell in love with this play when I read it for both the sensitivity of Rey Pamatmat's voice and the way he engages in a major social conversation with great warmth, sharp humor, and an incisive point of view. The story makes my heart race, and I think our audiences will love it."— Peter DuBois
"Past Huntington seasons have brought to life such emotional, intelligent, and even dangerous plays, and I am thrilled to have after all the terrible things I do in such skilled hands."— A. Rey Pamatmat



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