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CB Wismar

CB Wismar is a writer and Creative Director who has written for film and television as well as both print and electronic media. He created events and experiences for Fortune 500 companies for over 30 years including TIME’s 75th Anniversary, the Xerox “drupa” Pavillion, 8 ASTA World Travel Congresses and nine Life@50+ events for AARP. He has created and scripted major events for United Way Worldwide, America’s Promise, MCI, ExxonMobil and Conoco-Phillips. Twice a finalist for the Academy Award in the short subjects category, his scripts have been nominated three times for EMMY Awards.

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REVIEW: ‘Footloose’ at Sharon Playhouse Youth Theatre: Let’s hear it for … them

With the last rhythmic spin and jubilant bow, this offering can certainly be considered a great success.

‘Far Away’ at Sharon Playhouse (2): An imaginative dystopia

This is not a frothy summer musical. FAR AWAY is a play that envelopes you from the first.

Sharon Playhouse launches season with ‘Minor Character’: An interview with Artistic Director Johnson Henshaw

“The play is about the struggles between those with grotesque wealth and the poor who are expected to work hard to keep them in the style to which they’ve become accustomed.” -- Johnson Henshaw, artistic director of the Sharon Playhouse

REVIEW: ‘Minor Character,’ Chekov found in translation at Sharon Playhouse

“Minor Character” is a short play – under 90 minutes – which allows time after the performance for the audience to interact with the creative team whose work they have just experienced.

The Edge Is Free To Read.

But Not To Produce.