June 17, 2012
3120 McKinney Avenue , Dallas, TX
$15 - $30
RUTH is a powerful retelling of the Hebrew/Old Testament story of Ruth and Naomi, setting it in contemporary American history, focusing on the issue of immigration.
Vicki Caroline Cheatwood has been awarded a Dallas Theater Critics Forum Award (MANICURES & MONUMENTS), the Best New Play Award from the Southwest Theater Association and the Robert Bone Memorial Playwriting Award (FITS & STARTS; THE SACRED HEART), and the Special Jury Gold Award at Worldfest Film Festival (for screenplay AIR) and has been a finalist for the Austin Film Festival (10:10), the Heideman Award (THE RISEN CHRIS, Actors Theater of Louisville), the Julia Harris Playwright Award (AN HOUR SOUTH), and the Eileen Heckart Drama Award (MANICURES & MONUMENTS). Her plays have been produced at Vital Theatre, Access Theatre and Actors' Stock Company, NYC.
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