Pablo García Gámez is a playwright originally from Caracas, Venezuela. His play Blanco received the Proyecto Asunción Award (2004), the HOLA Outstanding Achievement in Playwriting (2006) and the ACE Latin Award (2007). Campana Editorial published Se vende, se alquila o se regala, an anthology by NYC’s Hispanic playwrights including his play Las damas de Atenea and Renegado (2008). His play Noche tan linda was a recipient of the Proyecto Asunción Award (2013); the HOLA Outstanding Achievement in Playwriting (2014) and the New York Latin ACE Award (2015); that year it was published by Revista Conjunto, Casa de las Américas, Havana. In 2015, his play Las damas de Atenea received the HOLA Outstanding Achievement in Playwriting. In May 2016 both his monologue Yo no soy Lupita was be performed at The Broadway Blackbox Theater and his play Olvidadas was performed at the FUERZAFest – LGBTQ Latino Festival, where it won four awards including Best Production. He is a member of Latino Artists Round Table (LART). Currently, he studies at the Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages Program,at The Graduate Center, CUNY. The subject of his dissertation is Hispanic theatre in New York City. He also edits El Blog De Pablo.
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