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Terence Patrick Hughes

Terence Patrick Hughes Terence Patrick Hughes began to write plays in 2002 at the age of 33 and started to direct his own work soon thereafter. His plays have been recognized for merit by Dubuque´s National One-Act Play Competition, the Seven Devil´s Playwrights Conference, Nantucket Short Play Festival and the Lark Theatre´s Playwright´s Week and performed at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, the Great Plains Theatre Conference and in New York City off-off-Broadway where his play Farewell Evenbrook earned him a Best Director nomination and the Best Playwright Award in the 2007 Wonderland One-Act Festival. In 2008, A Muse in Manhattan premieres at the Thirteenth Street Repertory theatre directed by Hughes. He is an alumnus of the Genesius Theatre Guild´s Revolutionary Writer´s group and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America. Hughes is proud to hold an M.A. from Northeastern University and a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts. Born in Lawrence, Mass., he now lives with his wife and son in Jersey City, N.J.