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Boston Theater Marathon

MV Playhouse is sponsoring NOT EXACTLY DOPE, one of many 10-minute plays scheduled at this year's marathon on May 1, 2022 at Boston Playwrights' Theatre in Boston. NOT EXACTLY DOPE will be performed in the 4 pm - 6 pm slot, in-person and live-streamed.

Learn more about the Boston Theater Marathon here!
Patrons can purchase a livestream ticket to the marathon at the bottom of BPT's information page

Terrence Kidd (Playwright)

Terry’s plays and screenplays have been produced and presented at the Coolidge Corner Theater, Lesley University, Company One, several Boston Theater Marathon’s, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of America National Conference and the Kennedy Center. His Ten-MInute play Slugger (BTM XIII) was a 2011 finalist for the Actor’s Theater of Louisville’s Heideman Award as best Ten-Minute Play in America. Supporters have described his dramas as, quite often, funny. He writes for underrepresented characters and audiences who appreciate the humility, hubris, hilarity and hypocrisy of life’s rich pageant.

Greg Allen (Director)

Greg Allen has worked as a director, educator, and producer for twenty-five years, directing many college/university productions, as well as several professional productions in Boston and New York. Greg’s work has been presented at The Francis Anne Cannon Workshop Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, and The Bleeker Street Theater in New York City; The Strand Theater and Boston Center for the Arts in Boston; and, the Garde Arts Center in Connecticut; among others. Selected productions include The Colored Museum, Once on This Island, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, A Lesson Before Dying, and THUNDER – A Musical Memoir which was selected and presented at the New York International Fringe Festival. Greg also has a passion for working with playwrights in the process developing scripts for readings, workshops, and initial production. He has directed workshops and premiere productions of new works by playwrights including Kirsten Greenidge, Cynthia Robinson, Letta Neely, and Cliff Odle. A graduate of the theater program at Sarah Lawrence College, Greg went on to earn an M.F.A in Theater Directing from University of Massachusetts at Amherst, as well as an M.Ed. from Cambridge College. He has spent much of the last twenty years teaching theater in High Schools in Boston, as well as at the college and university level including MassBay Community College and Umass Amherst bringing theater to life with many wonderful collaborators, both aspiring and professional. Currently, Greg is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Theatre at Northeastern University and Co-Artistic director of “A Revolution of Values Theatre Project.”

Richie Dinkins (Derek)

Richie is ecstatic to be performing in the Boston Theater Marathon here at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. He recently made his debut at Hibernian Hall and has been studying theatre and film acting for 5 years. He recently performed as father in Black Mind and Damon in A Shift Interrupted. He would like to thank all the actors, director, technicians, assistants and sponsors of the Boston Theatre Marathon for the support and opportunity. Enjoy the show

Michael Mundia (Malcolm)

Michael Mundia is a computer science and theatre student at Northeastern University originally from Pittsburgh PA. In his spare time, he enjoys thrifting, making music, and photography. He has been a part of a couple of productions in high school before COVID-19 hit, including “The Three Musketeers” as Athos, and “Legally Blonde the Musical” as Carlos and Sundeep. He recently played a supporting role in “The Inside Man”, a cybersecurity training series. He is excited to be back on stage finally. Michael would like to thank Professor Samantha Boehm (Northeastern University), his current acting professor, for the recommendation for this role and wonderful acting training.

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