Armory Square Playhouse presents

Len Fonte, who retired from the Syracuse City School district after 33 years and 45 productions, has written Wasted Bread, produced by Armory Square Playhouse and "Alchemist of Light," which was premiered at SUNY Oswego. He is currently completing his fourth full-length play. Len directed the Armory Square Playhouse production of Jeff Kramer's "Lowdown Lies."

Jeff Kramer is a contributing humor columnist appearing in the Post-Standard. His two-act comedy, "Lowdown Lies," staged in 2007 at Redhouse, won the 2008 Last Play Standing competition in Chicago and a Syracuse Area Live Theater (SALT) award for best original production. Jeff lives in Jamesville with his wife, Leigh, their two daughters, Miranda and Lily, Nate the Dog and newcomer Rondo, a Chihuahhua/space alien mix.

Peter Moller, is a Professor of Television and Film at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications. Moller teaches courses in film and television production, directing, acting and screenwriting. Before joining the faculty at the Newhouse School, Moller worked in Philadelphia, New York and Los Angeles as a writer and director of children's television programs. He is the co-author of MAKING TELEVISION PROGRAMS and HURRY UP AND WAIT. His plays "Sangrado", "The Experiment of St. Alexis' and "Coupons" have been produced by theaters in the United States and Canada. He directed the Redhouse Theaters productions of Klonsky and Schwartz, Rounding Third and Love Song. His voice is heard on many audio books; recently Full Cast Audio's production of "King Kong."

Donna Stuccio is a graduate of Syracuse Universitys Drama Department the MFA Creative Writing program at Goddard College. Her other full length plays, "Blue Moon" and "The Job", premiered at Salt City Playhouse. She participated in Ithaca's Kitchen Theatres 3rd Annual 48 Hour Playwriting Marathon. Her plays have been published in the Journal of Women and Criminal Justice, Pitkin Review, and Textuality. Throughout the years she has worn many hats for Armory Square Playhouse. Several of her plays received readings, most recently the full length "elegy in blue."

The five plays are presentations of a works in progress and talkback panel with the five playwrights will follow the performances.

You may also visit the Redhouse website: theredhouse.org. The phone number for the Redhouse is 425-0405.

Armory Square playhouse is a member of the Arts and Culture

Leadership Alliance of Central New York

Redhouse is located at 201 South West Street, on the west side of Armory Square.

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