Richard Reardon is a Chicago-based playwright/novelist. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The Vermont College of Fine Arts, a Masters in English Literature from Northeastern Illinois University, and a BFA in Musical Theatre from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. He was recently awarded a residency at the Ragdale Foundation with plans to produce his play, TRANSLATIONS in the fall. His play TROUBLING THE WATERS was first developed in 2003 at Brooklyn College in the Dramaturgy class conducted by Charles McNulty's (currently Theater Critic for the Los Angeles Times).
NOTE FROM PLAYWRIGHT
I seek to understand what confuses me in my world. I write as a discovery process attempting to approach material with openness and the vulnerability to allow for the discovery of questions that simply have no answers.
LIST OF PLAYS
TROUBLING THE WATERS
THE PLAY'S THE THING
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
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|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|SATURN'S RETURN - As Good As It Gets - Benedict||Richard Reardon||
Benedict, who just lost his son in an accident, is not ready to forgive and forget.
|SATURN'S RETURN - Doomed - Benedict||Richard Reardon||
A gay couple's son was bullied at school and killed in an accident.