Evonne Fields-Gould

Playwright

Evonne Fields-Gould received her Associate of Applied Science degree from Cuyahoga Community College in August of 1980. She studied history and English at Kent State University from 2009 to 2016. Fields-Gould became a writer, co/writer and a featured voice performer in various audio drama productions, including Space Traveler Jim, From 1997 to 2001, for Little Beth Audio Group. The audio plays were aired on WJCU, John Carroll University.  

In 2016, Fields-Gould completed writing her first stage play, Life, Love and Boobs, which was performed at the Fade to Black Play Festival in Houston, Texas, in June 2017.  She is currently submitting plays to theatres for production and to publishing houses for publication. Ms. Fields-Gould’s monologue, entitled, Can There be Justice for TJ?, was performed at the 2018 Seneca Falls Dialogue conference and is published for academic study in the Seneca Falls Dialogue Journal in 2019.  In 2020, the monologue was performed by actor Adrienne Zurub and recorded and presented by Equality Productions in Cincinnati.  The monologue was nominated for Play of the Decade by the Broadway World Cincinnati Awards.  In August 2019 Evonne was honored to have her short stage play, For the Love of April, published by the distinguished London, U.K. publishing house, Lazy Bee Scripts.  In May of 2021, Evonne's one act play, Where Winter Rests on a Wounded Heart, is performed at the Rainey Institute in Cleveland as a selection of the Wake up to Life: Out of the Ashes play showcase.  In 2018 Fields-Gould published her first novel, A Bond of Love.