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Gregory Fletcher

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, and residing in NYC, Fletcher is a graduate from California State University at Northridge, Columbia University, and Boston University. His plays have had nine productions Off-Off-Broadway.


A recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting and the National Ten-Minute Play Award from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Fletcher is also a nominee for Outstanding Original Short Script for the New York IT Award, a playwriting grantee at Sundance Theatre Lab, a finalist for Reva Shiner Comedy Award and the Heideman Award at Actors’ Theatre of Louisville, and a first runner up for the David Mark Cohen National Playwriting Award from the Association of Theatre in Higher Education.


Publishing credits include the craft book Shorts and Briefs 2ndEdition (a collection of short plays and brief principles of playwriting), the YA Novel Other People’s Crazy, three interviews (Santino Fontana, Arthur Kopit, and Austin Pendleton), and four essays: Dallas Guiltmanhood/ ˈmanˌho͝od / noun, The Sealed Envelope, and Thanks Dad—I Think..

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  • Mark Twain, Tom Sawyer, LGTBQ, gay romance, plays for college, university plays

    Tom and Huck–Breakin’ the Law

    by Gregory Fletcher
    • 110 Minutes
    • M 5-6/ F 2-3/Max 9/Min 7

    Colleges, Comedy, Competitions, Doubling Possible, Edgy Play, Friendship, High School, Teens

    A romantic comedy that envisions Tom and Huck as gay sixteen-year-olds, trapped in the 1850’s in St. Petersburg, Missouri. The adventures will be familiar, yet comically twisted, filled with teenage angst, and discovery of one’s own sexuality and identity. By the end, the boys find their place in this world from the power of extended family.

    The beloved characters in this send-up remain innocent and faithful to the loving spirit of Twain’s original novels. Written by the recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for Comic Playwriting, Gregory Fletcher, presented by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.

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