STEWART F. LANE and WARD MOREHOUSE III
If It Was Easy...
by Stewart F. Lane and Ward Morehouse III as produced at Seven Stages Theatre in Atlanta, GA has been nominated for the American Theatre Critics Association's (ATCA) New Play Award . The
ATCA New Play Award was created to honor established voices in the theater. The Seven Stages production starred Kevin Dobson (Knots Landing & Kojak) and Bonnie Comley (Nightlife TV).
Since 1974, ATCA has selected new plays produced outside New York City for citation and excerpts in BEST PLAYS, the theater yearbook started in 1920 by Burns Mantle and now edited by Otis Guernsey. Since 1986, ATCA has
chosen three such plays for its annual New Play Awards, further distinguishing the top-ranked choice with a prize now worth $25,000.
If It Was Easy... is the third play written by Stewart F. Lane. Mr. Lane's multi-faceted career encompasses acting, playwrighting, directing as well as winning four Tony Awards
Ward Morehouse III is a veteran journalist, theatre columnist and author. He is a celebrity and business reporter for The New York Post, People.com
and is the New York based theatre critic for The Christian Science Monitor. If It Was Easy... is the second play co-written by Lane and Morehouse III.