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Jeremy Gable is an England-born, Idaho-bred, Philadelphia-based playwright. He was a Core Playwright with InterAct Theatre Company and an alumnus of The Foundry: A Philadelphia Emerging Playwrights Lab. His play D-Pad was a finalist for both the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and the Terrence McNally New Play Award, as well as a semi-finalist for the Princess Grace Award, and a nominee for the National New Play Network’s Smith Prize for Political Theater. His Libyan drama The Private Green was a finalist for InterAct Theatre Company’s 20/20 Commission and a semi-finalist for PlayPenn, and his short play Motion Capture was a finalist for the Heideman Award. His plays have been presented in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Beirut, and Twitter. For more information, you can visit JeremyGable.com or check him out on the New Play Exchange.
Read about D-Pad as part of the PlayLab (2016).
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