Patric Verrone is an emerging playwright, fiction writer, theatrical artist, activist and student of the world. In his work, Patric investigates the intersections of identity, history, and culture, seeking to create a better and more democratic understanding of our humanity.
Last weekend I had the absolute privilege of attending Native Voice’s Eighth Annual Short Play Festival at the Autry Museum in LA. The theme was FOOD!, which inspired me… Read more “Reading by Native Voices Last Weekend”
Exciting news! My play “The Tamale Man” will be featured in Native Voices’ Eighth Annual Short Play Festival. The theme for this year’s festival is FOOD! I wrote… Read more “Play Reading at the Autry in November!”
As part of The Custom Made Theatre Co.’s Undiscovered Works Development Program, “Calamus” will be one having it’s second reading on July 8 in downtown San Francisco. And this… Read more “Second Custom Made Theatre Reading”
THE LITTLE WHITE MAN MEANS GO, Adams Pool Theater, Harvard (2018)
CALAMUS, Leverett Library Theater, Harvard (2016)
THE SON ALSO RISES, The Blank Theater Young Playwrights Festival (2014)
EVE, The Blank Theater Young Playwrights Festival (2013)
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