VINCENT SESSA (Playwright) is the author of a body of plays, various in subject and manner. Many are comedies, or have elements of comedy. The plays have incommon a lyricism of language and illuminating imagery. All evoke the condition of humanity through incisive portrayals of men and women in personal, often political struggle. His plays Moral and Political Lessons On Wyoming and Reckless Abandon have received showcase productions in New York. His play The Girl With The High Rouge was produced in 2000 by New Jersey Repertory. He is currently awaiting word on productions in New York, Los Angeles, and London. He is a member of MCC's Playwrights' Coalition in New York.

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