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June Guralnick

Native New Yorker June Guralnick is a playwright/direct who creates works (plays, performance projects, multi-media installations) integrating fact with fiction and focusing on individuals caught—sometimes comically, sometimes tragically—in the intersection of politics and personal dreams. June’s plays have been performed at venues including the Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), Abrons Arts Centre/Henry Street Settlement (NY), Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre (NC), Burning Coal Theatre (NC), AS220 (RI), North Carolina Museum of Art, and beamed to the Space Station! Awards include Silver Medal-Pinter Drama Review Prize, North Carolina Arts Council Literature Fellowship, Southern Appalachian Repertory New Plays winner, Second Place-2019 Judith Royer Award for Playwriting Excellence, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts Fellow, Hambidge Center for the Arts Writer-in-Residence, and Sewanee Writers’ Conference Tennessee Williams Scholar (University of the South). For more info, visit www.juneguralnick.com

Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era

Dramatizing Faith in the Post-Trump Era

A Conversation between Director June Guralnick and Playwright Suzanne Bradbeer

18 June 2017

Conversation between director June Guralnick and playwright Suzanne Bradbeer about The God Game, plays about faith post-election, and the division of church and state.