The Censorship Issue of The Dramatist
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New England – East: NENPA
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First, a quick note of introduction: I’m Patrick Gabridge, the new Regional Rep for New England. Thanks very much to everyone who voted in the selection process. I’m thrilled for the opportunity to advocate for playwrights and our Guild. The latest count shows 312 members in New England, and a quick check of the list showed that I’ve met or corresponded with more than 80 of you already. I hope that by the time my term is done, I’ll have been in contact with just about all of you.

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Patrick Gabridge
Patrick Gabridge

is a playwright, novelist, screenwriter, and producer. His plays, which have been produced in every state and fifteen countries, include Mox Nox, Drift, Lab Rats, Blood on the Snow, Distant Neighbors, Chore Monkeys, and Blinders. He’s been a Playwriting Fellow with the Huntington Theatre Company and has received fellowships from the Boston Foundation/Brother Thomas Fund and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and he was the artist-in-residence at Mt. Auburn Cemetery. He’s the producing artistic director of Plays in Place, a company specializing in creating site-specific work for museums and historic sites.