- Sept. 9, 2016
-- Storm Warnings Repertory Theatre is one of Maine's premier theatre companies, located on classic American Main St in Kennebunk, ME. Storm Warnings offers theatregoers the opportunity to be the first audience for new work by well-known writers before they premiere in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, and Montreal. As Artistic Director, Paul Dervis notes, "We have designed Storm Warnings Repertory Theatre as a theatre laboratory for writers and actors to develop new work that challenges our audiences' perspectives and keeps them coming back time after time."
Mr Dervis is a playwright, director, film critic and poet who has run theatre companies in Boston, New York, and Montreal. He has directed over 150 stage productions, receiving two dozens awards for his work. In 1986, his play Making Tracks
won the New York One Act Play Festival at the Nat Horne Theatre in Manhattan. In 1990, his play Pokey had an extended run Off-Broadway at the Paul Mazur Theatre and subsequently was turned into a film in 2003 by Canada's Dream Weaver Studios. In 2000, his play ...On Any Monday Night
was listed as Best Play of the Year by the Ottawa Sun. Mr Dervis teaches drama at The New School in Kennebunk.
And now Paul Dervis will talk about his exciting company tonight on The Sissy Gamache Show, 7:30pm EST on MNN (Manhattan Neighborhood Network) Channel 56 TWC Manhattan and streamed LIVE on mnn.com or thesissygamacheshow.com
For more information on Paul Dervis and Storm Warnings Theatre and their upcoming season, go to www.stormwarningstheatre.com