Playwright Dominic Finocchiaro discusses how reality television has inspired his new play, "Gold Person," which he is developing in the Civilians R&D Group.
Dominic is a Brooklyn-based playwright, performer and freelance dramaturg. His writing has been produced and developed around the country, including with Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Civilians, the Lark Play Development Center, the National New Play Network, PlayPenn, Portland Center Stage, the Flea Theater, the Kennedy Center, the Ucross Foundation, the Amoralists and at the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Festival. Dominic is a native of San Francisco and is completing the MFA Playwriting program at Columbia University.
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