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The 2021 NEOMFA Playwrights festival was filmed and presented in April of 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all films and plays were presented digitally.

 

The Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing (NEOMFA) is a consortium of Cleveland State University, Kent State University, The University of Akron and Youngstown State University that allows students to take classes on four different campuses and earn a degree from a single unified writing program.  Emerging writers may study in four genres – creative non-fiction, fiction, playwriting, and poetry – and take advantage of the resources offered on all four campuses.  Since its inception in 2005, the NEOMFA has offered small-group workshops, open readings, summer travel fellowships, and high-profile visiting writers, in addition to career-preparing internships, competitive graduate funding, and a diverse Midwestern landscape that tempts the creative eye.  The playwriting program is centered at Cleveland State University and includes providing MFA playwrights the opportunity to work with, and to have their works given full productions by, a professional theatre company during the NEOMFA Playwrights Festival. 

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The Children Who Played at Slaughtering

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Thoughts from a Man Selling Parts

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On The House

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Mary

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