New Play Development Series Staged Reading InformationPerformances The reading and moderated discussion were held on Wed., June 8, 2005 at 8pm at The Epiphany Theater Company154 Christopher Street, Suite 2B Bios Thomas Bradshaw received his MFA from Mac Wellman's playwriting program at Brooklyn College and is an Adjunct Professor at Brooklyn College and Medgar Evers College. His play Strom Thurmond Is Not A Racist will be presented at Walkerspace at the end of August and he will participate in Lincoln Center's Writer/Director lab to work on his play All But Forgotten with director Eliza Hittman in June. Thomas will also be the Playwright In Residence at The Flea Theater starting in the fall. He co-created and performed in Young Jean Lee's Pullman, WA at P.S. 122 in March 2005. Other plays of his have been produced at The Ontological Theater (Songs Of Love), Walkerspace (All But Forgotten), Chernuchin Theater (Revelation), Bard College (When I Woke directed by Leigh Silverman) and Little Theater (Strom Thurmond Is Not A Racist/Songs Of Love). Thomas received two BA's from Bard College: one in Playwriting and the other in Sociology.