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Bruce Graham bio 2015
Bruce Graham
Teaching Professor



University Crossings, 050

BRUCE GRAHAM (AUHOR) -- Graham is the author of thirteen published full length plays. PLAYS: Burkie, Early One Evening at the Rainbow Bar & Grille, Moon Over the Brewery, Minor Demons, Belmont Avenue Social Club, The Champagne Charlie Stakes, Desperate Affection, Coyote on a Fence (Winner of The Rosenthal Prize) According to Goldman, Something Intangible (winner of 7 Barrymore Awards including Best New Play) Any Given Monday (Barrymore winner for Best New Play), The Outgoing Tide (Joseph Jefferson Award, Best New Play) Stella and Lou, North of the Boulevard, White Guy on the Bus, Rizzo and Funnyman . Fully Accessible and The Happy F!@#$%G Blind Guy have been published in Best Ten Minute Plays of 2013 and 2014. . His one man show The Philly Fan plays semi-continuously throughout the Philadelphia area. FILM CREDITS: Dunston Checks In, Anastasia, Steal This Movie. T.V. MOVIES: Hunt for the Unicorn Killer, The Christmas Secret, Ring of Endless Light (Humanitas Award Winner – Best Children’s Screenplay) Right on Track, Tiger Cruise, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Trading Christmas, Cedar Cove. TELEVISION: Roseanne, Cedar Cove (staff) and The Good Witch (staff). Graham recently returned to acting appearing as Eddie in Lost in Yonkers, Richard in Time Stands Still, Milt in Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Artie in Hurlyburly and Arthur in Pterodactyls. He has received grants from the Pew Foundation, the Princess Grace Foundation (Statuette Award Winner) the Rockefeller Foundation and the Philadelphia Theatre Initiative. Along with Michele Volansky he is the author of the book, The Collaborative Playwright. Graham is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He teaches film and theatre courses at Drexel University and divides his time between South Philly and Elkton, Maryland with Stephanie.

BA, Speech & Theater, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Certification in Secondary Education, Widener University