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Prize-winning musical playwright hopes part-time career yields more successes

Lucille Abrams, left, is Teresa, the miller, and Abby Verhayden is Lola in a scene from Kit Goldstein Grant’s play, “It’s Raining Tamales,” produced last year at the Schenectady Theater for Children. (photo: CATHE CASEY)
Lucille Abrams, left, is Teresa, the miller, and Abby Verhayden is Lola in a scene from Kit Goldstein Grant’s play, “It’s Raining Tamales,” produced last year at the Schenectady Theater for Children. (photo: CATHE CASEY)
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The prospect of becoming a full-time musical playwright is a bit troubling for Niskayuna’s Kit Goldstein Grant, but she may be just that good. “I get the Dramatists Guild magazine, and there are always articles about how nobody makes any money being a dramatist these days,” she said. “So, it is a bit daunting to consider doing it to make a living. I don’t want to deal with that terrible stress, so I’m probably happy ...


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DougPeek
October 7, 2012
8:20 a.m.

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She is a gem. Multi-talented and a pleasure to know.

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