Hubert Grissom


Hubert Grissom

Winston Drives Big Jim a two act play featuring the friendship and confidence between a Governor and his chauffer as they drive through the emerging Civil Rights Movement in Alabama in the '40s and '50s.  Staged Reading: Stageworks Theatre, Tampa, March 24, 2019.
Jamelle, Alabama's Teenage First Lady (2016 Cullman reading, not produced.)

Storm Surge         Finalist New Play Contest, The Players, Sarasota, FL. 7-7-08; Festival Reading, Red Barn Theatre, Key West, FL. 7-17-08; First Reading – Abingdon Theatre Co. NYC 12-8-08;  Semi-Finalist – Firehouse Theatre, Richmond, VA 3-3-09.
BapBomb              a two act play, co-produced by Stageworks and Gorilla Theatres, Tampa, January 2007.  Renamed: Code BapBomb.
Waterin'Hole         a two act play, produced, Terrific New Theatre, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991.  Archived Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
Wedges                  a two act play, produced Terrific New Theatre, Birmingham, Alabama, 1990.   Archived Auburn University, Auburn, AL.


Kennedy Center Playwriting Intensive, Advanced Tract, July 2007.
Individual Artist Grant, Arts Council of Hillsborough County (Tampa, Florida) for Theatre/Playwright FY 2007.
Associate Member Dramatist Guild, 1990 - Present.
Presented, Moderated & Judged Short Stories, Lorian Hemingway Literary Conference, Key West, Florida, various 1992-2004.
Hackney Literary Award for Short Story, 1984.
Board Member and Presenter, Writing Today, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama, various 1978-1992.
Advisory Member, Alabama Film Office, 1976-78 & 1993-95.


Adjunct Professor of Law, Barry University, Orlando, Florida 2004.
Instructor playwriting, Special Studies, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) 1994.


Contributor, An Alabama Scrapbook, Honeysuckle Imprint, Huntsville, Alabama, (also published by Crane Hill, Birmingham) 1988.
Columnist “Cordon Blue & Barbeque” Birmingham News, Birmingham, Alabama 1976-82.


Creative Writing, Jesse Hill Ford, UAB 1977-78. (Non-Degree)
LLB Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina.
A.B. Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama.