Debbie Lamedman

Debbie Lamedman

Debbie Lamedman is the author and editor of eight acting books published by Smith & Kraus, Inc.  Debbie's play "phat girls" is featured in the anthology New Playwrights: Best Plays of 2003 and has been produced numerous times across the country. Her play "Mind Control" was one of forty finalists in the 35th annual Samuel French Off-Off Broadway short play festival. Debbie's commissioned work, written specifically for teens, includes "Ignorance is Bliss: a Global Warning", "Everyday People", a play about the effects of bullying, and "Rx." Other produced plays include "Triangle Logic", "Eating in the Dark", and "Out with the Old". Debbie was co-bookwriter for the musical "How the Nurse Feels", which had staged readings at both the ASCAP/Disney Workshop in Los Angeles and New World Stages in New York City. Debbie received her MFA from Brandeis University and is a proud member of The Dramatist Guild. For more information, please visit Debbie's website at www.debbielamedman.com
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