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Martha King De Silva

Martha King De Silva's plays have been produced at a variety of venues, including Source Theatre Company, Horizons Theatre, and Charter Theatre (Washington, DC); Potomac Theatre Company (Potomac, MD); 2 Co's Cabaret (Columbus, OH); ShadowBox Cabaret (Newport, KY); the Industrial Arts Theatre (Denver, CO); the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival (New York, NY); Theatre at Lime Kiln in (Lexington, VA); and most recently as part of the "Play in a Day" Festival in Bethesda (MD). \r\n\r\nNominated for the Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play, she has been a recipient of grants from the DC Humanities Commission and the DC Historical Society. She was awarded the H.D. Lewis Award for New Play Development at the Washington Theatre Festival and was the winner of the Best New Play Award at the Maryland Theatre Festival. Her monologues have appeared in both Best Women's Stage Monologues of 1996 and the Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1998. Ms. De Silva lives and works in Washington, DC.

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