Official Website of Playwright and Novelist
Peter Anthony Fields
Award Winner in the Performing Arts: Film, Theater, Dance, Music category of the 2020 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest
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Evonne Fields-Gould, has won a Silver Davey Award for her writing and performance [audio of her performance recorded at the Seneca Falls 2018 Bicentennial Dialogues] in the video presentation of her monologue, CAN THERE BE JUSTICE FOR TJ? https://youtu.be/LFhl2fjvSfg
Director Courtney Megan Kennell, actors Sal Rendino and Ivory Mazur, producer/artistic director Richard Zenk of Equality Productions of Cincinnati, and I (as playwright) have won Silver Davey Awards for our work on the short Zoom/stage play, YOU PEOPLE. https://youtu.be/rDmeSoRsJAo
Congratulations to All!!!
The Short Stage Play,
MONSTER, Has Been Adapted
Into a Short Film Entitled,
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN,
Directed by Bryan Reeves
SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN is a short motion picture filmed in Cleveland July/2021, making a big screen premiere on Tuesday, October 26, 2021.
This is a FREE EVENT hosted by Latif Hughes, Creator of the King Tif Podcast Network at:
Shaker Square Cinemas
13116 Shaker Square
Cleveland, OH 44120
4 Showtimes: 7:00 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:00 pm & 8:30 pm
There will be a Meet-n-Greet with the Writers, Producers, Director & Cast after each screening.
After a horrific school shooting occurs in a small Midwestern town, April, a Protestant minister, and Derek, her troubled adult son, grapple over what to do with the perpetrator whom Derek has abducted and brought to April's home.
Directed, produced and co-screenplay by Bryan Reeves, based on a short stage play by co-screenplay and producer Peter Anthony Fields, SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN features actors Jean Zarzour (SAG-AFTRA, AEA), Tony Bellow, and Bryan Gildone. Director of Photography is Chris Leszkowicz. Film Editing by Jon Lefkovitz. Music by Tim Tell.
** Strong themes are explored in this film with unexpected violence and strong language; viewer discretion is advised
We look forward to seeing you at the premiere!
Peter Anthony Fields was invited to be a special guest, via Zoom, of the London Drama Book Club on Sunday, August 16, 2020. To view the recording of the event, click the link below:
A high school student challenges the state governor over his decision to ease back on the safety protocols that were put in place to control the spread of COVID-19. Written by Peter Anthony Fields and featuring actor Caden Vincent.
Silver Davey Award Winner. Written by Peter Anthony Fields, YOU PEOPLE is a short play (revised to accomodate an online presentation due to COVID-19) explores two opposing views of the Black Lives Matter movement. Featuring actors Ivory Mazur and Sal Rendino. Directed by Courtney Kennell.