Going to a Place where you Already Are
by Bekah Brunstetter
directed by Marc Masterson
PACIFIC PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL
SEGERSTROM STAGE
April 24, 2015 - April 24, 2015

2015 Pacific Playwrights Festival

Is there a heaven? Roberta has always called herself a non-believer, but now that she’s facing her own mortality, she’s not so sure. Her husband Joe thinks it’s all a bunch of hokum. But he isn’t the one being visited by an angel.

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Bekah Brunstetter's plays include The Oregon Trail (O'Neill Playwright's Festival 2013), Cutie and Bear (Roundabout Commission) A Long and Happy life (Naked Angels Commission), Be A Good Little Widow (Ars Nova, Collaboraction, The Old Globe), Oohrah! (The Atlantic Theater, Steppenwolf Garage, the Finborough Theater / London), Nothing is the end of the World (except for the end of the world) (Waterwell productions), House of Home (Williamstown Theater festival) and Miss Lilly Gets Boned (Ice Factory Festival). She is an alumni of the CTG Writers Group, Primary Stages writes group, Ars Nova Play Group, The Playwright’s Realm and the Women’s Project Lab. She has previously written for MTV ("Underemployed;" "I Just want my Pants Back") and is currently a Story editor on ABC Family’s "Switched at Birth." She earned her MFA, at The New School for Drama.

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