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Redder Blood

Playwright Helen Murray Pafumi

Playwright Helen Murray Pafumi

REDDER BLOOD

by Helen Murray

Sadie has heard the voice of God her entire life. But she has never answered back. After all, why her? As her parents’ marriage crumbles, and her own love interest takes off, Sadie’s life takes a comical turn toward the absurd. And in the midst of it all she must come to terms with her own worth and whether or not it’s time to let in the voice.

CAN THE VOICE WITHIN OUTSHINE THE NOISE?

Helen Murray Pafumi is a playwright, director and the Artistic Director of The Hub Theatre in Virginia.  Her original plays have been produced by The Hub, Theatre Alliance, Malibu Playhouse, ArtsWest Playhouse, and been seen at the Kennedy Center's Page to Stage Festival.  Since the Hub's inception Helen has produced and directed multiple World, U.S. and Area Premiers, an annual free staged reading series, new play festivals, and commissioned original work from area artists.  In addition to her writing and role at The Hub, Helen has worked as an actor in many DC area theatres, including Folger Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Theatre J, Forum Theatre, Theatre Alliance, Rorschach Theatre, Keegan Theatre, The Inkwell, the Source Festival, and the Beckett Centenary Festival. She has appeared in numerous independent films and area commercials.  Helen holds a BA in Theatre from Virginia Tech. She, along with co-writer Jason Lott, has been nominated for a Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding New Play for Wonderful Life. Most recently her play Abominable was nominated for the Steinberg New Play Award. She is the recipient of the Puffin Foundation Award and the Washington Canadian Partnership Award.

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