Rob Cardazone

(646) 352-3332
robcardazone@gmail.com
http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsC/cardazone-rob.html - read about plays on doollee.com

PRODUCTIONS (AEA showcase)
Ren Rats – Full Length. Workshopped with Mark Bly. CUNY Hunter thesis production.
A Dark Wood – A Short Play. Semi-finalist in the Samuel French Short Play Festival; and Semi-finalist with Nantucket Short Play Festival, 2007. Also, produced as part of The Present’s Tiny Point- short play collection; Two Cups and a String Theatre.
Not So Clean – Full Length. Scenes produced as part of The Present’s Tiny Point.
The Present’s Tiny Point – A collection of short plays, scenes and songs, Turtle Shell Theater, 2007.
What Sprang Off a Gypsy Rooster – Full Length. Access Theater, 2004.
The Shrew Sketch – Full length. NYC Fringe, 2001.
El Fotografo – Full Length. Modern Artificial Theatre.
How to Tuna Cello – Solo Piece. Modern Artificial Theatre.

READINGS and WORKSHOPS
One More Time with Malice - Workshopped at Primary Stages, A. Rey Pamatmat.
Terribly and in Private - Workshopped at the New Group, Francine Volpe.
House on the Hudson - Full Length. Reading, Atlantic Theatre. Semi-finalist for the Stanley Drama Award, 2015
Dreamers Often Lie – Full Length. Workshopped with Tina Howe; CUNY Hunter.
Go Gently Forward – Full Length. Workshopped at the Sewanee Writers’ Conf., Romulus Linney, 2008. Further work with Mark Bly.
Lana On Redemption Lane – Full Length. Workshopped with Tina Howe; CUNY Hunter reading.
Like The Sky Got In It – Full Length. Workshopped with Tina Howe.
Once Upon A Cottage – Full Length. Reading with Two Cups and a String Theatre.
The Birth and Death of Stars – Full Length. Reading with Two Cups and a String Theatre.
Outsider – Full Length. Reading with Two Cups and a String Theatre.
Henry Descending – Full Length. Reading with The Barrow Group.

AWARDS
Semi-finalist, O’Neill Theatre Conference - Terribly and in Private
Semi-finalist, Stanley Drama Award, 2015; Finalist, Trustus Theatre Comp., Finalist Abingdon Theatre’s Development program - House on the Hudson
Tennessee Williams Scholarship, Sewanee Writers’ Conference, 2008 – What Sprang Off a Gypsy Rooster
Semi-finalist, Samuel French Short Play Festival; Semi-finalist, Nantucket Short Play Festival, 2007 - A Dark Wood
1st prize winner, George R. Kernolde New Play Competition, 2002 – The Birth and Death of Stars
Semi-finalist, New Century Writer Awards, 2002 – The Birth and Death of Stars
Semi-finalist, New Century Writer Awards, 2002 – Henry Descending
Awarded future co-productions with Access Theater, 2004 – What Sprang Off A Gypsy Rooster
Received a grant sized donation, Charles O'Neil Estate, 2001 – The Shrew Sketch

SHORT and 10 MINUTE PLAYS
The Broonie; Wolves and Humans Too; In The Market; Getting Nowhere Fast; Not So Clean; Hair and Now; A Dark Wood; Vocation/Avocation; RAD; Involuntary Arm Movement; Fabric Factotum

TRAINING
MFA- CUNY Hunter MFA Playwriting, Tina Howe, Mark Bly, 2011-2013.
BFA - University of the Arts (Philadelphia) BFA Acting, School of Theatre: 1983-1987.
WORKSHOPS - Romulus Linney/Arlene Hutton, Sewanee Writers’ Conference 2008; Arlene Hutton,
The Barrow Group; Jean Claude Van Italie, Private.
DIRECTING - Seth Barrish, The Barrow Group.
ACTING - Terry Shrieber, Lloyd Richards, Seth Barrish, Daniella Varon, Walter Dallas.
STAGE MANAGING - PSM Craig Jacobs, Phantom of the Opera, B’way (further credits on request)

Recommendations on request