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David Andrew Snider teaches at CATF
Growth = New Opportunities
Promising Playwright Summer Update
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Issue: # 22 July 2008
David Andrew Snider teaches at CATF
David Andrew SniderYPT's Producing Artistic Director and CEO, David Andrew Snider will lead a week-long playwriting class this July at the Contemporary American Theater Festival in West Virginia.  
CATF is one of the most vital new play development centers in the country. Since 1991, CATF has produced 63 new plays, including 23 world premieres.  
To see more about CATF and the Playwrighting class click here.
Growth = New Opportunities
Elizabeth and Brigitte 
In the past two years Young Playwrights' Theater has experienced tremendous growth and success.  
YPT staff and board members have recently completed a strategic plan to chart the organization's course for the next three years. 
In line with the strategic plan and in recognition of the dedicated work of our staff we are proud to announce the following revised job titles: 
  • Patrick Torres, Associate Director
  • Elizabeth Andrews, Community Engagement Manager
  • Brigitte Pribnow, Development and Production Manager
We look forward to continuing our work with you.
Promising Playwright Summer Update!
What do Young Playwrights do over the summer? We decided to find out.  Here are a few updates on some Promising Playwrights we have profiled in the past. 
Cecelia Jenkins
Cecelia Jenkins
Promising Playwright, June 2007
Cecelia is working at the Spy Museum in downtown Washington. She will continue her communications degree next year at Trinity College.  

Aaron BooseAaron Boose
Promising Playwright, July 2007
Aaron is working for the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corp. and will complete his degree in African American Studies at Howard University next year.
Nicole Jost
Promising Playwright, September 2007 Nicole Jost
Nicole graduated in June from University of California with a BA in "Theater and Cultural Politics."  She is proud to report that this year, "I directed an original, ensemble-created piece called 'Play.' The cast was made up of 8 amazing women. We did everything from haiku to clowning to Shakespeare. It was the coolest show I've worked on to date."
She is teaching YPT's summer dramatics class at Bell Multicultural High School. She says, "Working with YPT students never ceases to amaze me."
Jane StirlingJane Stirling
Promising Playwright, January 2008
Jane has a busy summer including, "Playing with my friends and cousins, taking trips, a bit of summer camp, and going to dance camp for the first time ever." 
She counts her experience having her play produced for the Express Tour as her proudest accomplishment for the past year. "It made me feel like I am better at writing than I thought I was," she says. "It made me feel good about trying new things because I had never felt good about trying new things.  For example, swim team.  This year I tried it, and made it to the A Team."
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