At a Las Vegas casino, Alice meets Dorothy, a woman
with a gambling problem who is just trying to break even.
(GLUCKSMAN) SPIERER is a member of the Dramatist Guild and the Alliance of Los Angeles
Playwrights. She completed her M.A. in English and Playwriting at California
State University–Northridge in December 2007. Her thesis play, An Incurable
Hole in the Wall, won the Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium
Award for Humanities. She has recently published two short plays with JAC
Publications, Front Row and Break Even. She has also published her short
story, The Surfaceer in the Northridge Review and translations of Yehuda
Amichai poems in OnTheBus. Last spring, Glucksman brought her short play The
Anti-Bride to the Great Plains Theatre Conference. Her plays Front Row,
Doorman, The Fallen Caryatid and The Anti-Bride were read at the Last
Frontier Theatre Conference for four consecutive years. Her first play Doorman was the centerpiece of the 2003 Chautauqua Theatre Festival
in Santa Cruz (CA). The following year, her play The Fallen Caryatid was
featured in the festival.
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