ERIC CONGER (1956 - )
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represented by Mary Harden
ERIC CONGER's The Eclectic Society, was produced on the mainstage of the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia in January, 2010, directed by Ed Herendeen. His version of Feydeau's Chat En Poche, entitled a Frog In His Throat, was produced at the York Theatre Company, starring Michael Learned. He has also translated works of Moliere and Brel. His Thank U 4 Your Service, was read in October, 2010 at Ensemble Studio Theatre, where he is a member, and No Good Deed was read there in October, 2011. a graduate of Wesleyan University and the University of Paris, Mr. Conger acted at many of the country's regional theatres, including the Long Wharf, McCarter, Hartford Stage, Cleveland Play House, and alliance Theatre. Member: a.E.a., S.a.G., and aFTRa.
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1960 New England. The Eclectic Society is the one group to be in. The new arrivals at college are put through initiation rites to see who is good enough to join. This year there is a black scholarship boy from a ghetto
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