Wednesday, October 10, 2012


Flint Hills Review invites the public to a program presented by Penny Weiner, published playwright and Washburn professor, at 7 pm on Friday, October 12, in Plumb Hall on the Emporia State University campus.

From an article in the Washburn Review written by Tess Wilson:

Each year, Emporia State University offers a class regarding playwriting and screenwriting, in which students have the chance to meet a playwright or a screenwriter at a scheduled reading and talk.

“We try to bring in a playwright or a screenwriter to help enlarge our students’ view of the art and trade of writing for stage and screen,” said Kevin Rabas, Associate Professor and Co-Director of ESU’s Creative Writing program.

The full article is Washburn Review

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