16 October 2004 BAVARIAN RAGE
by Kal Wagenheim
KAL WAGENHEIM is a journalist (formaly with the New York Times and currently editor of Carribean UPDATE monthly newsletter), author and translator of eight books, and nine plays and screenplays. His biography of Babe Ruth was adapted for and NBE-TV film. He is also Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University’s Writing Division in Trenton, NJ. Wagenheim is a member of PEN American Center and The Dramatists Guild of america. His play, Bavarian Rage, will open the season on the 16th of October. Other palys incude The Hydrogen Thing, Fish Die by the Mouth (semi-finalist, Script Magazine Open Door Contest), Interview at Weehawken (semi-finalist in the 1999-2000 Playwrights First competition sponsered by The National Art Club), Levine! Levine!, School for Lovers (winner of the 4th Annual Empire Screenplay Contest, 2000), Tango King, Tragedy in LaFayette Square (finalist, 2001 New Century Writer Award, quarterfinalist, 2001 Script Magazine/Shooting Gallery Open Door Contest), We Beat Whitey Ford (quaterfinalist in the 7th Annual Writer’s Network Screenplay & Fiction Competition), and WEGOTDATES.COM. Kals published books inclue Babe Ruth: His Life & Legend, Clemente!, The Pond, and The Seventh Miracle.
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