Cooper’s senior year of high school turns chaotic when his mother, a major American historian, is accused of plagiarism. A play about academic honesty, Hamlet, and growing up.
Joshua Elias Harmon (Playwright) His plays include A Boy Named Alice, Bad Jews, Citations, Love in the Time of Channukah, Princess Bubonic, and a new adaptation of Emile Zola’s novel Therese Raquin. His work has been produced and developed by Ars Nova, Hangar Theatre, The Lark, Prospect Theater Company, Future Tenant, and Actor’s Express, where he was the 2010-2011 National New Play Network’s Playwright-in-Residence. Honors include the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize for ComicPlaywriting (2nd Place), a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency, Eudora Welty Foundation Fellowship, two Shubert Foundation Fellowships and a Kennedy Center Playwriting Fellowship at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference. Education: Northwestern (BA), Carnegie Mellon (MFA).
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