The Hidden River Review Short Play Award Semi-finalists, Finalists and Winner

The Hidden River Review Short Play Award Semi-Finalists and Finalists are Named

We’re pleased to announce the semi-finalists and finalists of the inaugural short play award, and thank everyone who submitted. We were blessed with such a flood of wonderful word that it took us a good while to narrow down these semi-finalists and finalists. Thanks so much to everyone to their patience. Please be sure to follow our blog, because we will be naming the finalist shortly — we’re still wrestling a bit more with the final choice.

The deadline for the second cycle of this award is extended to February 28, 2019.

The guidelines for the Short Play Award can be found here.

So, here is our list:

Semi-finalists

Binstock, Rae, Brooklyn, New York, “Blue Skies”
Brooker, Ben, Unley, South Australia, Australia, “The Woman in Question”
Carkeet, David, Worcester, Vermont, “Learn German with Ollendorff!”
Christopher, Nathan, Jersey City, New Jersey, “A Man Walks Into a Bar”
Cofta, Mark, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “If Love Be Blind”
Davis, Angela J., Los Angeles, California, “Charlotte”
Davis, Angela J., Los Angeles, California, “The Czar’s Daughters”
Davis, Sally, Southsea, Hampshire, UK, “Padre”
Everson, Bambi, New York, New York, “Signal Problems”
Frankel, Leland, Los Angeles, California, “Woke”
Goodman, Josephine, Williamstown, Massachusetts, “What Knife is Sharp Enough?”
Hommersand, Hope, River Forest, Illinois, “Looking for a Sign”
Howland, Angelica, Phoenix, Arizona, “The Nothing Place”
Johnson, William, Brooklyn, New York, “Youth in Asia”
Lute, Valerie, Cambridge, Massachusetts, “Heat: A Ten-Minute Play”
Mathews, Bethany, Bristow, Virginia, “Forks and Knives”
Mau, Michael, Lexington, Kentucky, “A Blind Play of Social Forces”
McGregor, Rex, Auckland, New Zealand, “Table in the Air”
Morehouse, T.J., Topanga, California, “June in California”
Muir, Berkeley, California, “Life on the High Wire: A Circus Tragedy”
Nierobisz, Anna, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, “Invisible Man”
Ramirez, Vickie, Woodside, New York, “Snooky is a Terrorist”
Raposo, Helena, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, “The Unholy State of Matrimony”
Rile, Karen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “All Saints”
Smith, Pascale, New York, New York, “Tough As Nails”
Smith, Stephen Charles, New York, New York, “The Giullotine is in Our Corner”
Thoms-Cappello, Donal, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, “Leon Does the Haka”
Lucason, Seamus (Jim), Oneco, CT USA; Dún Chaoin, Ireland; and Mull, Scotland, “A Thorn”
Turner, Hellie, Woodbridge, Western Australia, Australia, “Christmas with Elmo”
Turner, Hellie, Woodbridge, Western Australia, Australia, “The Tribe”
Weinberg, Barry, Swanton, Maryland, “Solitary”

Finalists

Binstock, Rae, Brooklyn, New York, “Blue Skies”
Brooker, Ben, Unley, South Australia, Australia, “The Woman in Question”
Christopher, Nathan, Jersey City, New Jersey, “A Man Walks Into a Bar”
Cofta, Mark, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “If Love Be Blind”
Davis, Angela J., Los Angeles, California, “Charlotte”
Davis, Angela J., Los Angeles, California, “The Czar’s Daughters”
Davis, Sally, Southsea, Hampshire, UK, “Padre”
Everson, Bambi, New York, New York, “Signal Problems”
Hommersand, Hope, River Forest, Illinois, “Looking for a Sign”
Johnson, William, Brooklyn, New York, “Youth in Asia”
Lucason, Seamus (Jim), Oneco, CT USA; Dún Chaoin, Ireland; and Mull, Scotland, “A Thorn”
Turner, Hellie, Woodbridge, Western Australia, Australia, “The Tribe”

Winner
Davis, Angela J., Los Angeles, California, “Charlotte”

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