BOB EILAND has published three plays,
all "dramadies," with JAC Publishing and Promotions.
was recognized with an Honorable Mention in the Writers Digest script
competition, and was accepted for production by Stageloft Repertory Theatre
for its New Playwrights Competition.
Super Cooper and
received staged readings in Northborough, MA and Harvard, MA respectively.
They are all available for purchase on amazon.com. He is a current member of
the Merrimack Valley Playwrights group in Lowell, and Founder/ex-President
of a Shakespeare-in-the-Park theater group in Medfield, MA, the Gazebo
Players. Bob has been active as a director, producer and actor for many
years. He directed The Miracle Worker, To Kill a Mockingbird
and The Night of the Iguana at Arlington Friends of the Drama, as
well as Androcles and the Lion, Murder Has Been Arranged and
The Most Dangerous Woman, a one-woman play about Mother Jones written
by his father, Ted Eiland, at other venues around Boston and Worcester. He
directs, produces and acts in staged readings of Old Time Radio scripts at
his home town library in Harvard, MA annually. As an actor, he has performed
as Charly in Flowers for Algernon, John Proctor in The Crucible,
Ford in Merry Wives of Windsor, Dogberry in Much Ado About
Nothing, Duke Orsino in Twelfth Night, Biff in Death of a
Salesman, and Mortimer in Arsenic and Old Lace. His film work
include principal roles in Michael Legge's Braindrainer, Night
Basement and Alien Agenda: Under the Skin; as well as in Teja
Arboleda's Got Race!.
Playwright Robert Eiland Featured in the Harvard Post
JAC Publishing & Promotions
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