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Matthew A. Everett is a playwright and three-time recipient of support from the Minnesota State Arts Board. His comedy How To Date A Werewolf (or, Lonesome, Wild and Blue) will be part of the 2013 Minnesota Fringe Festival. His "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" drama Leave was #1 on Lavender Magazine's Top 10 List for Theater in 2011. He spent most of 2012 writing things to tackle the issue of marriage equality in Minnesota: his comedy But Not For Love was co-produced by The Flowershop Project and Workhouse Theatre, and he wrote the Minnesota touring show for Project 515 (which got an award for "Most Out of the Box Strategy" from the Equality Federation Institute). Summer 2013 will be his eleventh year blogging about the Minnesota Fringe Festival in particular, as well as theater in general, so he should probably seek professional help. Excerpts of Matthew's plays and other writings can be found at matthewaeverett.com and at lulu.com/spotlight/matthewaeverett
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Tweet Review - Turn Signals - high energy cast, goofy road trip stuffed w/fun characters, perfect mnfringe ro
[In the Interests of Full Disclosure: I am the writer of a show that shares a venue with this show.
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