2009 Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards

Tennis in Nablus

by Ismail Khalidi

at Alliance Theatre

It Came From Mars

by Joseph Zettelmaier

at Performance Network Theatre

Sycamore Trees

by Ricky Ian Gordon

at Signature Theatre

Red Sox Nation

by Richard Dresse, Robert Reale, and Willie Reale

at American Repertory Theater

Concerning Strange Devices From the Distant West

by Naomi Iizuka

at Berkeley Repertory Theatre

When January Feels Like Summer

by Cori Thomas

at City Theatre

Eventide

by Eric Schmiedl from the novel by Kent Haruf

at Denver Center Theatre Company

Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas

by Blair Singer

at Geffen Playhouse

Restoration

by Claudia Shear

at La Jolla Playhouse

The Grand Manner

by A.R. Gurney

at Lincoln Center Theater

Lil’s 90th

by Darci Picoult

at Long Wharf

Sunlight

by Sharr White

at Marin Theatre Company

Fetch Clay, Make Man

by Will Power

at McCarter Theatre Center

Exposure Time

by Kim Merrill

at New Jersey Repertory Company New Jersey Repertory Company

Golden Age

by Terrence McNally

at Philadelphia Theatre Company

All the More to Love

by Marc Jacobs, Marion Adler, and Craig Bohmler

at Phoenix Theatre

This

by Melissa James Gibson

at Playwrights Horizons

The Burnt Part Boys

by Mariana Elder, Chris Miller, and Nathan Tysen

at Playwrights Horizons

Charm

by Kathleen Cahill

at Salt Lake Acting Company

The Happy Ones

by Julie Marie Myatt

at South Coast Repertory

In a Garden

by Howard Korder

at South Coast Repertory

Sammy

by Leslie Bricusse

at The Old Globe

The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

by Kristoffer Diaz

at Victory Gardens Theater

Language Rooms

by Yussef El Guindi

at Wilma Theater

Lascivious Something

by Sheila Callaghan

at Women's Project

Eclipsed

by Danai Gurira

at Woolly Mammoth

The captive wives of a Liberian rebel officer form a hardscrabble sisterhood, their lives set on a nightmarish detour by civil war. With the arrival of a new girl who can read – and the return of an old one who can kill – their possibilities are quickly transformed.

- Synopsis of Eclipsed

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