Dennis Foon

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Dennis Foon (born November 18, 1951 in Detroit) is a playwright, producer, screenwriter and novelist.[1] He was artistic director of the Green Thumb Theatre for twelve years, before turning to films and television in 1986. He has written screenplays for many types of drama. In the mid-1990s his personal project Little Criminals became a worldwide critical success.[2] His novels include The Longlight Legacy trilogy and Skud.[3]

Awards[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • "RICK, The Rick Hansen Story"
  • "My Acid Trip"
  • "Kindness"
  • Chasing the Money
  • War
  • Seesaw
  • Mirror Game
  • New Canadian Kid
  • Skin
  • Liars
  • The Short Tree and the Bird That Could Not Sing
  • Trummi Kaput
  • The Windigo
  • Heracles
  • Raft Baby
  • Zaydok
  • Feeling Yes Feeling No
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Invisible Kids
  • Hindsight
  • Bedtimes and Bullies
  • Children's Eyes
  • Kindness

Books[edit]

  • The Longlight Legacy
    • The Dirt Eaters (2003)
    • Freewalker (2004)
    • The Keeper's Shadow (2006)
  • Skud (2003)
  • Double or Nothing (2000)
  • Am I the Only One? A Child's Book on Sexual Abuse (1987)
  • The Short Tree and the Bird that Could Not Sing (1986)

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