Warwick Cultural Institute

Doug DeVita: Fabling

Please join us at the Drama Book Shop on Tuesday, June 6th at 7:30 PM for an engaging conversation with playwright Doug DeVita. During this event, Doug will discuss his impressive canon of work and his latest play, “Fable.”

Doug has earned numerous accolades for his writing, including being a two-time O’Neill Semi-Finalist, a Finalist for the Davenport Theatrical Reading Series, and a Semi-Finalist for multiple prestigious awards, such as the Barrington Stage Company’s Burman New Play Award, the Normal Avenue’s New American Play Series, and the Campfire Theatre Festival.

He has also won several Fresh Fruit Awards of Distinction, including Outstanding Play and Outstanding Production, and was the recipient of the Inaugural Scrap Mettle Arts Emerging Playwrights Competition.

Doug is a current advisory board member for All Out Arts and has previously served as an Artistic Director for Westside Repertory Theater. His work has been performed in multiple cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Jersey, Connecticut, and London, and has been developed by various organizations such as the Kennedy Center, Davenport Theatrical’s Writers Workshop, and ESPA/Primary Stages.

As a member of the Dramatists Guild, Doug has had work published by Next Stage Press and Smith & Kraus. This promises to be an exciting event, and we hope to see you there!

We kindly ask that you review the following information before reserving your spot:

This Eventbrite ticket is your reservation for the event.

Please note that the purchase of Fable ($9.95) is required for entry.

Upon arrival, our team will direct you to the register to obtain your copy of Fable and complete your admission.

The store will begin welcoming guests at 7:15 pm.

Should you have any further questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].

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