Written by Bill Corbett Featuring Chris Carlson, Kris Nelson, and Michelle Hutchison A hotshot politician hides from the press inside a bar. He and his advisers scramble to do some damage control on a breaking scandal, before they must face the cameras.
Professional writers, Equity actors, and a bar.
The high art of eavesdropping.
Thirst’s award-winning writers have been produced around the country from New York to Chicago to San Francisco and received awards and commissions from the Jerome Foundation, the McKnight Foundation, the Bush Foundation, the Guthrie Theater, and much more. Thirst actors are seen on stages throughout the Twin Cities, all over the country, and on film. Complete biographies are available on request.
The following artist have worked with Thirst since its creation in September 2004: Sarah Agnew, Janet Allard, Matthew Amendt, Erin Anderson, Trista Baldwin, Alan Berks, Michael Booth, Ed Bok Lee, Phil Callen, Chris Carlson, Bill Cassidy, Maggie Chestovich, Nathan Christopher, Roy Close, Doug Collins, Bill Corbett, Stephen D’Ambrose, Bob Davis, Vincent Delaney, Matthew Everett, JP Fitzgibbons, Charles Fraser, Cathy Fuller, Nat Fuller, Caitlin Gilmet, Casey Greig, Summer Hagen, Shawn Hamilton, Jordan Harrison, Terry Hempleman, Cory Hinkle, Alayne Hopkins, Michelle Hutchison, Gigi Jensen, Ann Kim, Barbara Kingsley, Melinda Kordich, Jim Lichtscheidl, Catherine Johnson, Tracey Maloney, David Mann, Melanie Marnich, Amy McDonald, Ron Menzel, Allison Moore, Kris Nelson, Dominic Orlando, Sonja Parks, Dan Pinkerton, Carolyn Pool, Tom Poole, Randy Reyes, Brian Sostek, Rosanna Staffa, Victoria Stewart, Marie-Francoise Theodore, Michael Tezla, Sally Wingert, and Phylis Wright.
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