Hear from playwright, television writer, and screenwriter Susan Stanton at the first UH West Oʻahu Academy for Creative Media Master Class Series of the semester.
Stanton, originally from ʻAiea, will be presenting on her beginnings, how she became a writer, how she got to New York, from 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. on Oct. 2 in the ‘Ulu‘ulu Theater.
Stanton’s plays include we, the invisibles (Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival), Today Is My Birthday (Page73), Takarazuka!!! (Clubbed Thumb and East West Players), Cygnus (WP Theater Pipeline), Solstice Party! (Live Source), The Things Are Against Us (Washington Ensemble Theatre), Navigator (Honolulu Theatre for Youth), The Underneath (Kumu Kahua Theatre), Art of Preservation (The Flea, Kumu Kahua), ‘Ō’ōkala 100 (Palikū Theatre), The Nose (Perry Mansfield), and more. She has developed plays at theaters including Playwrights Horizons, Kennedy Center, The Flea, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Intiman Theatre, Yellow Earth, Joe’s Pub, McCarter Theatre, and others.