Scott Harrison and Patrick Mehaffy have blessed us yet again with another lovely submission to our Shelter In Plays series, entitled “Dead Crow.”
Patrick Mehaffy is an artist, writer, and filmmaker. His sculpture and drawings have been acquired for the permanent collections of sixteen art museums in seven western states, including the Tucson Museum of Art and the San Luis Obispo (CA) Museum of Art. His work has also been purchased for significant private collections across the US, in Spain, France, Switzerland, and Australia. In addition to his work in the studio, he has written and directed three award-winning short films, including The Lark Snare, winner of ‘Best American Short Film’ at the Napa/Sonoma Film Festival. He is published in nonfiction and is a frequent collaborator with both Ironweed Productions and Theater Grottesco.
Scott Harrison is a graduate of the American Repertory Theatre Conservatory in Cambridge, MA. He also studied at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory, and has performed regionally in New York, Boston, Miami, and Washington, DC. In 2002 he produced and directed The Roads to Home by Horton Foote at the 78th Street Theater Lab in New York. Since moving to Santa Fe in 2002, he has performed with Fusion Theatre Company, Theaterwork, Just Say It Theater, The Actors Lab and Theater Grottesco. In 2004, he founded Ironweed Productions. In 2016, he produced and co-directed a site-specific production Creating a Scene at Second Street Brewery at the Railyard, featuring scenes and monologues by local writers.
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