Walking the Labyrinth

By John Wooten

Part of our Soundings Reading Series

Fifteen years after the mysterious disappearance of her mother, Zel returns to the Labyrinth to walk the maze a final time.

John’s plays have been produced commercially internationally and in regional theaters across America. Published plays include: Trophies, Dramatists Play Service; Humbug, Samuel French; The Role of Della, Playscripts, Inc; Kiss the Bride, Dramatic Publishing Company.  Historical plays that have received Equity productions include Uncivil War (TheatreFest and Theatre at Lime Kiln), The Mission Home (Forum Theatre), and Duck Crossing (Premiere Stages). His film Cat in the Pan premiered at the Montreal Film Festival and his screenplay for The Role of Della is currently is production. Awards/Nominations: a New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship, a Best New Play nomination from the American Theatre Critics Association and a semi-finalist citation from the Academy Nicholls Fellowships for his screenplay, Savage Act, which explores John Burgoyne’s failed British invasion of the American colonies.