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Bridgeworks is currently supporting Brian Watkin's HIGH PLAINS.
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Set on the dark and expansive Colorado plains, this one-man confession tells the story of Jake, a young drifter, who is haunted by a cruel childhood secret that has finally caught up with him. Brothers brawl, romances tangle, and the otherworldly has an axe to grind in this critically acclaimed hit play from the New York International Fringe Festival.
Brian Watkins is a Brooklyn-based playwright whose plays include General Store (part of the 2012 Seven Devils Playwrights Conference), My Daughter Keeps Our Hammer , a forest a chorus a harvest , The Bison of Kiowa , and High Plains , which premiered to critical acclaim at the 2009 New York International Fringe Festival and led to two subsequent productions in New York. His plays have been produced and developed with Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, Horse Trade Theatre, New York International Fringe Festival, b. swibel presents, Wide Eyed Productions, Terra Firma Theatre, and Route 66 Theatre in Chicago, among others. He is a staff writer for Curator Magazine and a member of the Dramatists Guild.