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Utah: Charles Morey
Charles Morey

Charles Morey became a playwright because he saw a need. He was the Artistic Director at Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City, one of the largest regional theatres in the country, seating nearly a thousand people with a big stage. Specifically he was looking for a stage version of The Three Musketeers.

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Julie Jensen
Julie Jensen

has been writing plays for more than 30 years. More than two dozen of her plays have been professionally produced. Her work has won a dozen awards, among them the Kennedy Center Award for New American Plays, the Joseph Jefferson Award for Best New Work, the LA Weekly Award for Best New Play, the Edgerton Foundation’s New American Plays Award, and the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award. Currently she is resident playwright at Salt Lake Acting Company, a member of the College of Fellows of the American Theatre, and a former regional representative for the Dramatists Guild.