“Soon it will be creeping everywhere. The United States of creepy shrines.”
Written by Leslie Bramm
Directed by Renoly Santiago
MARVELOUS explores the themes of living vicariously through our children and the extent in which our culture will go to make them into “heroes”.
About the Playwright:
Leslie Bramm is the author of 19 plays which have been produced, work-shopped and/or developed, regionally, internationally, off-Broadway, and independently by Variations Theatre Group, Three Crows Theatre, The Present Company, The Penobscot Theatre, The Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Emerging Artists Theatre, The Edward Albee Last Frontier Conference, RattleStick, R Playwrights Horizons/Tisch, Shelter Theatre Group, Gold Coast Theatre, The Province Town Players, and the Colorado Fine Arts Center, to name a few. Bramm is the recipient of a Stanley Drama Award (Oswald’s Backyard) A Paul T. Nolan Award (Islands of Repair) A Tennessee Williams Literary Award (Big Ball). His play A.B.C. was adapted into the film Be My Oswald, and he co-wrote the screenplay This is Not Here, with actor, Kevin Corrigan, based on the memoir, The Last Days of John Lennon. He is published by JTC Publications, Smith and Krause, Brooklyn Publishers, One Act Play Depot, The New York Theatre Experience and Indie Theatre Now. He was the literary director for Nicus Spoon Theatre Company, Variations Theatre Group, and Communications director for The League of Independent Theatres. He is also a longtime member of the Present Company (producers of FringeNYC), and at the Actor’s Studio Playwright and Director’s unit.