Unproduced play recognized

French to publish work

Victor Lodato’s “Motherhouse” has won the L. Arnold Weissberger Award for an unpublished and unproduced play. Play follows an African-American family in a low-income neighborhood whose lives are ultimately ruined by their surroundings. It is set to be published by Samuel French and will have a reading at the Williamstown Theater Festival

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