Stolen Memories Is Best Play of Attic Theatre's Contest

News   Stolen Memories Is Best Play of Attic Theatre's Contest Stolen Memories by Janice Foulks Blum was named winner of the Attic Theatre's 1999 One-Act Marathon playwriting contest. Artistic director James Carey made the announcement and presented Blum with an award of $200. The play was directed by Michael McCambridge.

Stolen Memories by Janice Foulks Blum was named winner of the Attic Theatre's 1999 One-Act Marathon playwriting contest. Artistic director James Carey made the announcement and presented Blum with an award of $200. The play was directed by Michael McCambridge.Carey also announced that second place went to Zen in the Art of 7/Eleven Love by Richard Ruyle, directed by David Gramlich. Third place went to Alison Pruitt's The Trial of Susan B. Anthony, directed by Rajan Dosaj.

The Marathon was held last summer at the Attic Theatre, 6562 1/2 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood. For further information call (323) 469-3786 or visit www.AtticTheatre.org

-- By Willard Manus
Southern California Correspondent