In anticipation of the 2019 Southeastern Theatre Conference convention, this week's featured plays are the two prior winners. Independence Day at Happy Meadows (2016 winner) and Anthropology Lesson (2018 winner).
Drawing from his background a theater educator, director, and playwright residing in Williamsburg, VA; J. Harvey Stone's drama, Anthropology Lesson, begins in a classroom and tells the story of two men hiding their truth from their small Appalachian at the same time the gay rights movement begins in earnest at the Stonewall Riots in New York's Greenwich Village.
An American holiday classic receives its U.K. debut as Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play opens to rave reviews.
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