We are thrilled to announce that PlayPenn has added Douglas Williams and his play Moon Cave to the roster of six exciting readings at this year’s PlayPenn Conference. Moon Cave will be presented on Tuesday, July 22nd at 8pm.
About Moon Cave:
Derek has spent the last ten years of his life trying to erase the shocking crime he committed as a teenager. Over time he has faded away, blended in, and never trusted anyone. That all changed the day he fell in love with Rachel Keene. But no sooner has Derek let his guard down than he realizes he’s being followed by a man who knows his true identity. Is this person trying to expose Derek’s past and what will Rachel do when she learns his horrible secret?
Public Reading: Tuesday, July 22 at 8pm
Douglas Williams is the Playwright-in-Residence at Azuka Theatre in Philadelphia. Other plays include The Death and Life of Uncle Gene, Solstice (SoLow Fest) andShitheads, which was a semifinalist at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center’s National Playwrights Conference. He is currently developing Safe Space, a collaborative project with playwrights Emily Acker, Emma Goidel, and director Maura Krause, for the 2014 Philadelphia Fringe Festival. Williams is a member of The Foundry, a lab for early-career playwrights, and is a graduate of Temple University.