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Armen Pandola
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Armen Pandola is playwright, actor and director. 

His new play, The Rising, will premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June, 2017.
It’s a post-Trumpian world.
Nothing is as it once was.
A revolutionary group called The Rising is killing politicians.
A murder a minute is killing everyone else.
In a world that is just an explosion away,
The Rising is happening now!

Armen Pandola won the Walnut Street Theatre’s Forrest Award for his play, Forrest: A Riot of Dreams, which premiered there in 2006.

He co-wrote and co-starred in a political satire about corruption in politics, The Prince, which premiered at the WST in 2010.

In 2013, his  DINO! An Evening with Dean Martin at the Latin Casino  premiered at the WST and  broke all house records at the WST's Independence Stage.  

His trilogy about post-9/11 America, Terror at the While House, Devils Also Believe and Homeward Bound, has been produced in Philadelphia and New York.  

Armen has directed and co-directed numerous plays including Inherit the Wind, Shadow of a Gunman, Playboy of the Western World and Philadelphia Here I Come.

Armen has had over a dozen plays produced, including Zelda & Scott: Boats Against the Current, Mrs. Warren’s e-Profession, The Gift of Giving, Hedda Without Walls and Friends for Life.  He is on the Board of Luna Theatre and The Irish Heritage Theatre.
Country:United States
Email: ArmenPand@aol.com
URL: www.apandola.com/plays.html
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AMERICAN IDOL PRESIDENTVIEW 
DARK ENERGYVIEW 
DEVILS ALSO BELIEVEVIEW 
DINO! An Evening with Dean Martin at the Latin CasinoVIEW 
DREAMSVILLEVIEW 
FORREST: A RIOT OF DREAMS VIEW 
FRIENDS FOR LIFEVIEW 
HEDDA WITHOUT WALLSVIEW 
HOMEWARD BOUNDVIEW 
JUST THE SKYVIEW 
MRS. WARREN’S e-PROFESSIONVIEW 
MUMMER MADNESSVIEW 
REDEMPTIONVIEW 
TERROR AT THE WHITE HOUSE VIEW 
THE GIFT OF GIVINGVIEW 
THE PRINCEVIEW 
ZELDA & SCOTT: BOATS AGAINST THE CURRENTVIEW 
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