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Stephen Gracia



Nationality:    USA
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Stephen Gracia is a graduate of Brooklyn College's MFA Poetry program. His first play, Complete Control, was produced at the DUMBO Theater Exchange in Brooklyn, NY. Subsequent plays include: Subway Series and Fast Food Strategies(Producers Club, Manhattan), Waving and Drowning (DUMBO Theater Exchange),The Hunger Arts (Makor Theatre at the 92nd Street Y, Manhattan), and A Wig Full of Spiders (Harrogate Theatre and The World's End Pub, Yorkshire, England, a staged reading of Mohammad's Radio (Bleecker Street Theatre), and the world première of NEXT at HERE Arts Center. His poetry has been published in Riverrun, The Brooklyn Review, and Slipstream, and he has read at the St. Mark's Poetry Project and ABC No Rio. He has published "Other People in Perfect Cities", a book of poetry, and "No Art But Theft", a collection of lectures. His short story "Eat Junk, Become Junk" was featured on the "Telling of Tales" website. Stephen also records electronic music under the name Rhythm & Detonation and contributed an original score to a revival of Jeffrey M. Jones's Crazy Plays at BRIC Studio and original songs to the Off-Broadway production of CJ Thom's Eightballs at the Lafayette Theatre. Currently, he produces a monthly pub theatre evening called Dialogue with Three Chords which combines music, poetry, and staged readings of new one-act plays. He is a Barefoot Theatre Company and Look at the Fish Theatre ensemble member.

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In Next, a mobile whorehouse is brought to an American army encampment in europe during World War II. as the men wait in line for their turn, issues of racism, sexuality, and the fear of impending death begin to surface.


1st Produced:
HERE Arts Center - Dorothy B. Williams theater
145 6th avenue, New York, NY 10013    40579

abraxas Stage Company

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Male:  9            Female:  1            Other:  -

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