Other Plays by Julianne Bernstein
Bernstein, Julianne (American playwright, librettist, 19__-____), “Autumn Leaves,”
a __-minute drama in English, set at the Vietnam Memorial, Washington, D.C., U.S.A., 2003,
© 2003 by Julianne Bernstein;
• in Off-Off Broadway Festival Plays, 19th Series (New York: Samuel French, Inc., 1998), ISBN 0573623627, selected by New York theatre critics, professionals, and the editorial staff of Samuel French, Inc. as the most important plays of the Ninteenth Off-Off Broadway Original Short Play Festival sponsored by Love Creek Productions;
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_____ (f), __, sister; _____ (f), __, sister.
“Two sisters share sad but proud and fond memories a brother lost in Vietnam as they stand among the falling autumn leaves at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington.”—Samuel French, Inc., http://www.samuelfrench.com, accessed January 7, 2006.
“Julianne Bernstein is a two-time winner of the Off-Off-Broadway Original Short Play Festival in New York. Her winning plays, Autumn Leaves and Pizza: A Love Story, appear in Off-Off-Broadway Festival Plays:16th Series and 19th Series published by Samuel French, and 'To the Airport' and 'Marla You're On' appear in More One-Act Plays for Acting Students by Meriweather Publishing. She has written the libretto for a family musical based on the mysticism behind the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Aleph Bet Bop! was commissioned by the National Foundation for Jewish Culture and recently workshopped by Theatre Ariel. Bernstein's plays have been produced in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Canada and at Actors Theater of Louisville, where her 10-minute play 'The Bridal Gown' was produced. In 1993, she was a playwright-in-residence at the Mount Sequoyah New Play Retreat in Fayetteville, Ark., [U.S.A.,] and she is the recipient of numerous awards. Bernstein holds an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Rutgers University. She resides in Philadelphia.”—Julianne Bernstein, http://www.dramaticpublishing.com/AuthorBio.php?titlelink=9074, accessed July 7, 2008.
brother-sister relationship, death, loss, Vietnam.