Thursday, March 3, 2011
6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
@Alumni Lounge (Bartels)
Staged Reading by UNH students featuring playwright Andrea Kuchlewska
This event is free and open to all students, faculty, employees and general public.
Andrea Kuchlewska's plays include Complete (FringeNYC, NYC; Bay Area Playwrights Festival, San Francisco; finalist, Princess Grace Award), And So We Became American (FURY Factory Festival, San Francisco), Penultimate (Safe Mode Productions, NYC), Why (The Barrow Group, NYC), Now (Amnesia Bar, San Francisco), Happy (Woman's Will, San Francisco). Andrea is a member of the 2010-2012 Women's Project Lab, as well as FAB Women at The Barrow Group theater Company, and is a former artist in residence at The Z Space Studio. Andrea is currently writing a series of plays about Americans and language. The first in the series, Complete, a comedy examining the jargon of self-help seminars, was a finalist for the 2009 Princess Grace Award, sold out its run in the 2009 FringeNYC, and was selected for the FringeNYC Encore Series. She is developing The History of English, inspired by the 1996-97 Oakland Ebonics controversy, with director Tamilla Woodard. A member of the Dramatists Guild and the League of Professional theater Women, Andrea holds a BA in linguistics from UC Santa Cruz and an MFA in playwriting from San Francisco State University.