Molly Louise Shepard

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Molly Louise Shepard
Alma materUniversity of Texas at Dallas
OccupationAuthor, playwright, screenwriter
Notable work
Tabula Rasa

Molly Louise Shepard is a published dramatic author, Off-Off-Broadway playwright, and produced screenwriter. She received her B.A. in theatre from the University of Texas at Dallas.[citation needed]

Shepard's two-act Southern Gothic piece, Tabula Rasa, was produced by the Judith Shakespeare Company at the Phil Bosakowski Theatre in New York City.[1] An excerpt from her short play, Dog, was published internationally in Best Men's Monologues of 1998.[2] Her screenplay of that same piece won a grant from the Irving Community Television Network, went to the USA Film Festival, and was featured on PBS Dallas.[citation needed] Shepard's work also has been produced in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Texas,[3] and New Orleans, Louisiana.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Company Biography". Retrieved April 18, 2015.
  2. ^ Beard, Jocelyn (January 2000). The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1998. Smith and Kraus. ISBN 1-57525-185-X.
  3. ^ Faires, Robert. "Unheard Voices". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved April 18, 2015.

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