Connecticut to Ghana
Connecticut, by Charlene Donaghy
From Ten Blocks on the Camino Real

The International Issue conjures images of art from theatre around the globe. For some Dramatists Guild of America members, including me, it now conjures images of international theatre from around the United States: storied banners fluttering in breezes, brightly colored props, women of bountiful beauty, men who call up spirits with their hands dancing across Djembe drums, and the commedia of Tennessee Williams’ play Ten Blocks on the Camino Real.

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Charlene Donaghy
Charlene Donaghy

writes stage plays that transport her audiences into the magic embrace of the theatre...and beyond. Charlene’s plays have been produced and awarded from New York to Los Angeles, Great Britain to Canada. Hansen Publishing Group publishes Charlene's play collection: Bones of Home and Other Plays. She is co-producer of the Association of Theatre in Higher Education Judith Royer Award of Excellence in Playwriting. She teaches playwriting/theatre at University of Nebraska Omaha, is a founding member of Boston’s Proscenium Playwrights, a core member of NYC’s 9th Floor Playwrights, a member of The Playwrights Center, and Connecticut Regional Representative of The Dramatists Guild of America.