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Rebecca Chace

Rebecca Chace has performed on the stages of the Atlantic Theatre Company, the Seattle Repertory Theatre and the Mark Taper Forum. Her film work includes The Grinch, directed by Ron Howard, and Waking Up In Reno, with Patrick Swayze and Charlize Theron. She is also the novelist and co-screenwriter of Capture the Flag.

Chace's new novel, Leaving Rock Harbor, (Scribner, June 2010) was chosen as a June Indie Notable Book by the American Booksellers Association and has been called an "irresistible read" in Advance Press by author Richard Russo (Empire Falls). Chace wrote the memoir Chautauqua Summer (Harcourt Brace, the New York Times Book Review “Editor's Choice" and "Picks for Summer") and the novel Capture the Flag (Simon and Schuster). Chace’s plays include: Colette (Theatre for the New City) and The Awakening, an adaptation of Kate Chopin's novel (Book-It Repertory Theatre at Seattle Repertory Theatre; second production: Seattle Rep). Ms. Chace has received grants from A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle and A.S.K. Theatre Projects in Los Angeles as part of the FringeACT Festival for her play Vershinin’s Wife and in 2004, she was a writer-in-residence with New York Theatre Workshop Summer Retreat at Vassar College. She is both a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bard College as well as a member of the Fiction and Dramatic Writing faculty of the City College of New York’s Creative Writing MFA Program. Chace is currently writing her fourth book, a blend of literary memoir and fiction.


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Capture the Flag - DOWNLOAD

$4.95 | 14 minutes

(2010) - Based on a novel by, Co-writer
Starring as Janis Mason

Emmy Clarke and Will Denton star in a turbulent early ‘70s era movie where a teenage Annie struggles to hold onto a family tradition in the wake of her parents’ divorce&hellip…

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Capture the Flag - ON DEMAND

$1.99 | 14 minutes

(2010)

Emmy Clarke stars in a turbulent early ‘70s era movie where a teenage Annie struggles to hold onto a family tradition in the wake of her parents’ divorce&hellip…

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