2008 Stage Play Script Winner - Writer's Digest

2008 Stage Play Script Winner

Announcing the Stage Play Script winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Stage Play Script winners of the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Stage Play Script

Winner:
Robert Taylor
Akron OH

  1. RonRadice
    AndoverMA
  2. S.R.Anzalone
    BronxNY
  3. JacobAppel
    ScarsdaleNY
  4. ScottOpenshaw
    DraperUT
  5. JerryMahoney
    Los AngelesCA
  6. JacobMAppel
    New YorkNY
  7. JenniferBogush
    CranfordNJ
  8. BarbaraPinsof
    NorthbrookIL
  9. NicholasWardigo
    ArdmorePA
  10. ChristinaJDeSimone
    BrooklynNY
  11. JessicaCrites
    Saint CloudMN
  12. R.W.Swartz
    WasillaAK
  13. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  14. M. JohnBohane
    NokomisFL
  15. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  16. GeorgeMJohnson
    KamloopsBCCanada
  17. ChrisHare
    MoorparkCA
  18. MeghanO'Neill
    BrooklynNY
  19. TerrenceCHissong
    AdrianMI
  20. GregLeGault
    Crest HillIL
  21. LeeKiszonas
    PhiladelphiaPA
  22. CarlLWilliams
    HoustonTX
  23. ChristinaHamlett
    PasadenaCA
  24. ManaRokas
    San FranciscoCA
  25. LeighHunt
    Gig HarborWA
  26. LynneMSmelser
    BrightonMI
  27. MattTudor
    FairhavenMA
  28. JoeGHardin Jr.
    MobileAL
  29. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  30. TenchaAvila
    DenverCO
  31. RoyRobbins
    CartersvilleVA
  32. AdamCarr
    Staten IslandNY
  33. KenWeitzman
    AtlantaGA
  34. RoyHaymond
    CentenarySC
  35. KristenMareeCleary
    YonkersNY
  36. BillZettler
    MundeleinIL
  37. PeterBroner
    Salt PointNY
  38. MichaelReimann
    OrlandoFL
  39. AmalenaFolicCaldwell
    PlantationFL
  40. JenniferBogush
    CranfordNJ
  41. WalterThinnes
    New YorkNY
  42. RodneyANelsestuen
    St. PaulMN
  43. KylaKordell
    EwingMO
  44. EricDawe
    LansingMI
  45. AndrewHinderaker
    ChicagoIL
  46. KimBen-Porat
    La JollaCA
  47. KathleenAMcLaughlin
    La MesaCA
  48. MichaelLHarrington
    CambridgeMA
  49. ReneMrech
    BrownstownMI
  50. AoiseStratford
    IthacaNY
  51. RobertEagleman
    AlpineCA
  52. J.R.Heher
    KirklandWA
  53. J.D.Eames
    LouisvilleKY
  54. ReneMrech
    BrownstownMI
  55. AnneWycoff
    San FranciscoCA
  56. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  57. DanRoth
    North HollywoodCA
  58. BrentEnglar
    FinksburgMD
  59. JamesHenderson
    RentonWA
  60. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  61. JasonBoies
    Staten IslandNY
  62. JeffHerwig
    MadisonWI
  63. JacquelineReneeAhl
    WallkillNY
  64. JohnBandler
    DundasONCanada
  65. JamesHenderson
    RentonWA
  66. DeanStewart
    SylmarCA
  67. KentHinckley
    La JollaCA
  68. KristaKBurlae
    LincolnNE
  69. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  70. Unknown Writer
    Fort WorthTX
  71. DennisCarter
  72. RobZellers
    PittsburghPA
  73. AlvinThomasEthington
    ClaremontCA
  74. J.D.Eames
    LouisvilleKY
  75. JaynieRoberts
    VancouverWA
  76. CuauhtmocQ.Kish
    San DiegoCA
  77. HelenArgers
    NewarkNJ
  78. EdwardCurrelley
    BrooklynNY
  79. CarolynTippiYoung Parmerter
    RochesterNY
  80. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  81. MarciaRRudin
    SanibelFL
  82. JessMOrenduff
    ValdostaGA
  83. KimBrundidge
    AtlantaGA
  84. DonaldOrwald
    GranburyTX
  85. BrianDoohan
    ColumbusGA
  86. MarciaRRudin
    SanibelFL
  87. AmandaMinogue
    New OrleansLA
  88. RonRadice
    AndoverMA
  89. RobertWeesner
    ColumbusOH
  90. RichardBeck
    DurhamNC
  91. GeneDescoteau
    St. Augustine BeachFL
  92. MaroKentros
    SeattleWA
  93. ScottATarapczynski
    Niagara FallsNY
  94. JoannaPerry-Folino
    BerkeleyCA
  95. MadelineAnnMartin
    San Luis ObispoCA
  96. AdamMusil
    AustinTX
  97. BeverlyLittlejohn
  98. JakeLa Jeunesse
    HoughtonMI
  99. JoeMolnar
    BrooklynNY

Click on the category name below to see the top 100 winners in each area:

Grand Prize Winner
Children's/YA Fiction
Feature Article
Genre Short Story
Inspirational
Mainstream Fiction
Nonrhyming Poetry
Memoir/Personal Essay
Rhyming Poetry
Stageplay
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