David Robson is an award-winning playwright whose work for the stage has been hailed as "compelling," "forceful," and "gut-wrenching" by the New York Times, and "an important contribution to contemporary theater" by the Philadelphia Inquirer. His plays include Consent, Muleheaded, After Birth of a Nation, Priceless, Playing the Assassin, Playing Leni (co-written with John Stanton), A Few Small Repairs, Man Measures Man (Barrymore Award nomination), and After Denmark. Work has been produced by TheaterWorks Hartford, Delaware Theatre Company, Penguin Rep, InterAct Theatre Company, Act II Playhouse, and City Theater Company, among others. Robson is recipient of the Hotel Obligado Audience Choice Award for New Work. Other honors include the Susan McIntyre Playwriting Award, the Panowski Playwriting Award (runner-up), and two playwriting fellowships and two grants from the Delaware Division of the Arts. His plays and monologues are published by Smith and Kraus and Original Works Publishing. David is a member of the Dramatists' Guild, the Playwrights' Center, and is a former playwright in residence at the Lark Play Development Center in New York City. He is also the author of more than a dozen books for young adults, including Shakespeare's Globe Theater, The Murder of Emmett Till, and The Black Arts Movement. He earned an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College, an MS in English Education from St. Joseph's University, and a BA in Communications from Temple University.
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BSR Scripts and Sips: David Robson's 'Clay Warrior'
What's in a game?
The first of BSR's "Scripts and Sips" series begins with David Robson's 'Clay Warrior,' a drama about a sexual-abuse scandal rocking a state university — and the football coach who allowed it to happen. Sound familiar?