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Named in honor of the founder of The Suzi Bass Awards, and continuing in memory of his enthusiastic support of local playwrights, this award is currently an inscribed plaque. Future plans include a monetary prize each season, once the award is fully endowed. A committee of local theatre scholars and practitioners will read plays by local playwrights which have been produced in the current season.
In order to qualify for the Playwriting Award, the play must be:
Written or co-written by a playwright/composer whose professional residence is the Atlanta Metro Area;
Given a full production by a local theatre (no readings, staged readings or concert versions);
Submitted as a GGM candidate by the producing theatre or the playwright.
Production script submitted by August 1 in the year following the production.
Released by the playwright for dissemination to the Playwriting Award Panel for the sole purpose of judging for the award.
Plays eligible for the 2015 Gene-Gabriel Moore Playwriting Award
Beulah Creek by Neely Gossett, produced by Found Stages Theatre
Blues for an Alabama Sky by Pearl Cleage, produced by Alliance Theatre
The Breakers by Michael Haverty, produced by 7 Stages
The Doctor, the Devil and My Dad by Suehyla El-Attar, produced by 7 Stages
Edward Foote by Phillip DePoy, produced by Alliance Theatre
Homers by Jacob York, produced by Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Lillian Likes It by Joshua Mikel, produced by Essential Theatre
Perfect Arrangement by Topher Payne, produced by The Process Theatre
Sally and Glen at the Palace by Peter Hardy, produced by Out of Box Theatre
The Wilderness by Theroun D'Arcy Patterson, produced by The Fern Theatre