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Eric Coble

Eric Coble is a playwright born in Edinburgh, Scotland and raised on the Navajo and Ute reservations in New Mexico and Colorado. His plays include The Velocity of Autumn, Bright Ideas, The Dead Guy, Natural Selection, For Better, and The Giver and have been produced Off-Broadway, throughout the U.S., and on several continents, including productions at Manhattan Class Company, The Kennedy Center, Playwrights Horizons, Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival, Denver Center Theatre Company,  Arena Stage, New York and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, Alliance Theatre, The Cleveland Play House, South Coast Repertory, Asolo Repertory, Indiana Repertory, Coterie Theatre, and The Contemporary American Theatre Festival. Awards include the AATE Distinguished Play Award for Best Adaptation, an Emmy nomination, the AT&T Onstage Award, National Theatre Conference Playwriting Award, an NEA Playwright in Residence Grant, a TCG Extended Collaboration Grant, the Cleveland Arts Prize, and four Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Grants. 

Cave painting of a lion.
Other Worlds Bleed Through

Other Worlds Bleed Through

31 July 2013

While examining the Paleolithic period, Eric Coble investigates the power of fluidity and permeability in theatre.