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David Fleisher

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David Fleisher is a playwright and author who has had his plays produced in the United States, Ireland and Mexico. His 10-minute plays appear in  anthologies including 35 in 10: Thirty-Five Ten-Minute Plays (4-1-1, Dramatic Publishing) and The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2015 (Maid Service, Smith & Kraus), and his monologues in The Best Men’s Stage Monologues of 1999 and The Best Women’s Stage Monologues of 2000 (Smith & Kraus). Grave Concerns, a collection of his short plays, is in the library of the Drama League of Ireland in Dublin. Fleisher co-wrote the book for the musical Postcards from Paradise, which was produced in 2017 at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla., as well as in Dublin. In Fleisher’s coming-of-age memory play, Spring Training, a boy preparing for his bar mitzvah confronts the harsh realities of racism and anti-Semitism. A story of love, loss and sacrifice set in the segregated South during the turbulent 1960s, Spring Training was a semifinalist at the Eugene O’Neill Playwriting Conference. Fleisher is co-author of the nonfiction book Death of an American: The Killing of John Singer. He also wrote the book for a documusical based on Death of an American that was produced in 1998 at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City, Utah. Fleisher retired as professor emeritus from Lynn University.  He is a member of The Dramatists Guild, Inc.

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