Oct 12 2019
What Makes a Strong Script by Debora Threedy

What Makes a Strong Script by Debora Threedy

Presented by Utah Humanities and Dixie State University and Heritage Writers Guild and St. George Arts Commission at Dixie State University

Dixie State University: The St. George Literary Arts Festival is pleased to announce they will host Debora Threedy. Threedy will discuss what makes a strong script. This event is free and open to the public and will take place in the DSU Udvar-Hazy Building, room 220. Bio: With degrees in theatre arts and law, Debora Threedy has had four full-length plays and several shorter pieces produced by Plan-B Theatre in Salt Lake. Two of her plays had public staged readings at the Utah Shakespeare Festival through its New American Playwrights Project, and her play The Third Crossing was one of the winners of the 2010 Fratti-Newman New Political Play contest in New York. The End of the Horizon will be produced at Kayenta next year. This event is made possible with support from the Heritage Writers Guild, Dixie State University, the St. George Arts Commission, and Utah Humanities.

Admission Info


Phone: 8013599670

Email: celayastevensondesign@hotmail.com

Dates & Times

2019/10/12 - 2019/10/12

Location Info

Dixie State University

225 South University Ave, Saint George, UT 84770