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Rutherford, New Jersey, United States
Home page: www.auditionperfectplays.com
Once a highly regarded editor and proofreader for such legendary New York ad
shops at J. Walter Thompson, Bates USA, and Rosenfeld, Sirowitz & Lawson, and
an editor with CBS Publications-Field & Stream, Ron Micci now gads about as a
roguish but mild-mannered suburban flautist, playwright, screenwriter and novelist.
His plays have been performed at First Stage in LA, and in New York at the
Kraine Theatre, Theatre-Studio, Producers Club, Time Square Arts Center, Riant
Theatre, as well as in conjunction with the New York Int'l Independent Film & Video
Festival and the Turnip Theatre Company's 15-Minute Play Festival.
They have also been presented in New Jersey at the Darress Theater, 1860
House (Montgomery Cultural Center), Lawrenceville Library, as well as in the main
branch of the Canton, Ohio public library.
Sappho's Kiss was staged in Manhattan by the AlphaNYC Theater Company in
the Time Square Arts Center as part of "Skirtz," an evening of one-act plays, in
Acting editions of his grammar farce/crime drama Night and the Proofreader,
and his soliloquy Addie & Me are available from Brooklyn Publishers
(www.brookpub.com). Addie is also available from Heuer Publishing.
Three satirical novels, Coyote Horny, Apocalypse on Broadway, and The Bayou
Katt Murders are available in both Kindle and paperback format on Amazon.com. A
number of his other plays are also available on Amazon, including Biff Bang,
American Hero (33 witty, satirical one-act plays and sketches), Moonlight's Little
Madness (a Victorian aristocratic werewolf spoof in three acts), The Gill People of
Outerborough Queens (a radio farce), and Dark Snow (a collection of poignant
soliloquies and duets).
He has an avowed passion for flutes, piccolos and detective novels, and an
aversion to tubas, brass instruments and things that go bump in the night.
Interests: Film Noir, Football, Astrology, Jazz & Classical Flute &
Published writer: Yes