McNerney award revs up for SHAKESPEARE’S START

Congrats! Rich Rubin’s play, SHAKESPEARE’S START (Or, Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way), is a finalist for the Todd McNerney Playwriting Contest.

The play will receive a free public virtual reading this spring, produced by the Department of Theatre and DanceĀ at the College of Charleston.

DG Footlights features Rubin’s take on Shakespeare

Tune in for a reading of Rich Rubin’s SHAKESPEARE’S START, or WHERE THERE’S A WILL, THERE’S A WAY.

Wednesday, September 9 @ 7:00 p.m. PDT

Reserve your free ticket here.

Brought to you by DG Footlights and LineStorm, with ASL interpretation provided with generous support from MCCC.

Rubin and Accuardi to be published in uplifting anthology

Rich Rubin’s short play A NEW ME and Sara Jean Accuardi’s JOY FRICKIN’ HATES HER DUMB STUPID ROOM will be published this winter in the Smith & Kraus collection:

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