Amy Doherty holds a BFA from Drake University an MLS from SU and is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater. Several of her plays have had readings by Armory Square Playhouse. She was twice selected to attend the summer playwriting intensive at Sarah Lawrence College. Most recently, her play, Run Off, was one of the winners of the Wolf's Mouth Theater Collective 10 Minute play fest.
A retired advertising executive, Richard Harris has tried acting wings in Los Angeles and teaching Readers Theatre in London. He is happy to be back in Syracuse doing all the things that make his life a joy--playwriting, travel and acting-- all with wonderful friends.
Kathy Kramer has been writing plays for over 12 years. Several of her full-length plays and numerous short works have been produced regionally. In 2007, her award-winning one-act, Hearts of Clover, was presented in Ohio and several site-specific plays were chosen as part of the Asphalt Jungle Shorts Festival in Ontario, Canada.
Peter Moller, is a Professor of Television and Film at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications, 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.
Joel Potash is a family physician who keeps trying to retire. He is along time member and the treasurer of Armory Square Playwrights.
For more information, visit the Armory Square Playhouse Web site: cnyplaywrights.org/ or phone 478-3590.