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76th Annual Writing Competition Winners - Stageplay

Announcing the Stageplay winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition
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Announcing the Stageplay winners of the 76th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

Stage Play/ Script Winners

Don Orwald
GranburyTX

  1. CatherineRust
    TorontoON
  2. MariaRokas
    San FranciscoCA
  3. JimGustafson
    WheatonIL
  4. TomMercer
    MartinezCA
  5. JustinCioppa
    WilmingtonNC
  6. JosephHorst
    WintervilleNC
  7. CyndieGoinsHoelscher
    Corpus ChristiTX
  8. KariCattonAnderson
    SpringfieldIL
  9. WilliamPugsley
    North HollywoodCA
  10. TenchaAvila
    DenverCO
  11. JustinCioppa
    WilmingtonNC
  12. BrentEnglar
    Hermosa BeachCA
  13. JaynieRoberts
    VancouverWA
  14. LainieMarsh
    Whites CreekTN
  15. KathleenAnnNett
    HillsboroWI
  16. DorisM.Matern
    FairviewTX
  17. LeslieStevenson
    Scotland
  18. DonQuiett
    Fuquay-varinaNC
  19. MarthaHumphreys
    HuntsvilleAL
  20. MichaelHarrington
    CambridgeMA
  21. StaceyLuftig
    New YorkNY
  22. JenniferBogush
    CranfordNJ
  23. LeonaNicholasWelch
    FostersAL
  24. M. ScottJohnson
    TucsonAZ
  25. KatieL.Carroll
    MilfordCT
  26. JacobM.Appel
    New YorkNY
  27. JenWilding
    ChicagoIL
  28. MarkLambeck
    StratfordCT
  29. RobertGately
    BethlehemPA
  30. CynthiaLewisFerrell
    Oak ParkCA
  31. MonicaMichell
    WimberleyTX
  32. PhillipSchmiedl
    New YorkNY
  33. KathleenConnerCombass
    Keystone HeightsFL
  34. PatriciaWakelyWolf
    Sherman OaksCA
  35. PaulletteMacDougal
    EdwardsCO
  36. BarbaraLewis
    ChicagoIL
  37. DorisM.Matern
    FairviewTX
  38. LindaMitchell
    New AlbanyMS
  39. MichaelS.Parsons
    ColumbusOH
  40. StevenSomkin
    New YorkNY
  41. RobertGately
    BethlehemPA
  42. EdwardHartman
    PipestemWV
  43. BrianBartels
    New YorkNY
  44. SyHuff
    San FranciscoCA
  45. BillWellborn
    LawrencevilleGA
  46. AnnePhelan
    New YorkNY
  47. DawnT.Hilton
    CharlotteNC
  48. LauraRichardson
    Van NuysCA
  49. JoelHerskowitz
    NatickMA
  50. BonnieK.Stevens
    FindlayOH
  51. RobertDaseler
    DavisCA
  52. BlairWhitney
    SpringfieldIL
  53. LazarreSeymourSimckes
    New HavenCT
  54. JamesDelFiore
    AlexandriaVA
  55. DawnT.Hilton
    CharlotteNC
  56. TiffanyAntone
    Los AngelesCA
  57. AndrewHinderaker
    ChicagoIL
  58. JordanOwen
    TuckerGA
  59. HopeYeager
    CusterSD
  60. DennisE.Rager
    BronxNY
  61. JoeG.Hardin
    MobileAL
  62. KathleenConnerCombass
    Keystone HeightsFL
  63. BrandonKalbaugh
    BrooklynNY
  64. PeterBudka
    New YorkNY
  65. JamesEdwardHenderson
    RentonWA
  66. JodyHouser
    HollywoodCA
  67. NevilleMur
    Saint LouisMO
  68. ShannanE.Johnson
    TallahasseeFL
  69. KenCurtis
    New YorkNY
  70. DorisLockhart
    DallasTX
  71. AnneKern
    EugeneOR
  72. JaclynVillano
    PortlandME
  73. JamesA.Marzo
    ChappaquaNY
  74. RichardManley
    New YorkNY
  75. B.D.Tharp
    WichitaKS
  76. DonaldPetty
    New YorkNY
  77. JudithStephens
    RichmondCA
  78. DeeHoganDevin
    LeavenworthKS
  79. EileenDawsonPeterson
    EugeneOR
  80. ElaineSmith
    SunnysideNY
  81. BarbaraLewis
    ChicagoIL
  82. JaelleDraigomir
    AshlandOR
  83. MichaelC.Reimann
    OrlandoFL
  84. LindaWiges
    TraerIA
  85. DarrenCanady
    BrooklynNY
  86. KimBrundidge
    East PointGA
  87. BrandonKalbaugh
    BrooklynNY
  88. WilliamBreen
    SacramentoCA
  89. KathleenA.McLaughlin
    La MesaCA
  90. E.R.Dillon
    PonchatoulaLA
  91. LewOsteen
    SacramentoCA
  92. DonOrwald
    GranburyTX
  93. RichardLenz
    Van NuysCA
  94. Fredde Luna
    West LinnOR
  95. CarlosJ.Serrano
    BronxNY
  96. A.H.Oberholtzer
    Santa MonicaCA
  97. T.B.Fisher
    PeninsulaOH
  98. JanHensonDow
    BlufftonSC
  99. RonaldDraftina
    JeannettePA

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

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

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