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September 15, Dana Kinsey at Midtown Scholar

Dana Kinsey is a teacher, writer, and actor from Lancaster, PA. She is currently a faculty member in the Fine and Performing Arts Department at Lancaster Catholic High School where she directs theatre and teaches British Literature, Acting Technique, Dramaturgy, and Playwrighting.

Kinsey will be the featured reader Thursday September 15 at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore.in Harisburg, PA. An open reading will precede her performance.

Her work has been published in 717, Harrisburg Magazine, Teaching Theatre, and the Broadkill Review.. Her play WaterRise, based on a poem of the same title, was featured in the Radioactive Festival at the Gene Frankel Theatre in Greenwich Village. Sagesse Productions filmed the screenplay version which recently premiered. Here is Kinsey’s website: (http://www.wordsbydk.com/about.html ).

Kinsey's performance is hosted by the Almost Uptown Poetry Cartel at the Midtown Scholar. 7--9pm, (717) 236-1680. Poetry Thursdays, every week, everything’s waiting for you.


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