Video, photos: Terry Dodd life celebration

by John Moore | Nov 30, 2016

 


Terry Dodd. Hitchcock Dreaming. Photo by John Moore. Click the video above to watch highlights from the Terry Dodd life celebration held Monday, Nov. 28, at the Arvada Center. Dodd, a longtime Denver playwright and director, died of a heart attack on Oct. 12. About 400 gathered to honor Dodd with stories, remembrances and readings from some of his notable plays. The host was John Ashton. Click here for information on the new Terry Dodd Memorial Writer's Scholarship established by the Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Video by John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter. Photo above and right: Amy Elizabeth Gray and Seth Palmer Harris performing a scene from Dodd's final play, Hitchcock Dreaming.

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Photo gallery: Terry Dodd life celebration

Terry Dodd Life Celebration

A photo retrospective on the works of playwright and director Terry Dodd, left. To see more photos, click the forward arrow on the image above.

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  1. G Wallace | Nov 30, 2016
    Thank you John!

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