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Chance D. Muehleck (Writer/Director) With a background in theatre and live performance, Chance’s work has been developed or produced at many regional and Off-Broadway venues. He is the recipient of the John Golden Award for Excellence in Playwriting and was a finalist for the Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Heideman Award. His multimedia performance installation The Attendants had its premiere at the World Financial Center Winter Garden. He is Co-founder of The Nerve Tank, an independent company based in New York that produces collaborative art for the twenty-first century. Chance has taught playwriting at Hampshire College and Point Park University, has written reviews for The New York Theatre Experience, and served as an adjudicator for the New York International Fringe Festival. Two of his monologues appear in the Audition Arsenal series published by Smith & Kraus, and United Stages published his short play Tagging April in the collection En Avant Playwrights. His feature “The Vultures” was a finalist for the Slamdance Screenplay Competition.
Short film credits
United States | Apr 2011 | 15:00
A homeless girl secretly lives in the closet of a wealthy doctor's apartment.
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