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Date 12/10/12 CURRICULUM VITAE NAME P.J. GIBSON JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (PATRICIA JoANN GIBSON) HIGHER EDUCATION A.. Degrees Institution Dates Attended Degree and Major Date Conferred Brandeis
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Date 12/10/12 CURRICULUM VITAE NAME P.J. GIBSON JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (PATRICIA JoANN GIBSON) HIGHER EDUCATION A.. Degrees Institution Dates Attended Degree and Major Date Conferred Brandeis University MFA Playwriting 1975 Keuka College BA Drama, Religion, English 1973 B. Additional Higher Education and/or Education in Progress Institution Dates Attended Courses, etc. EXPERIENCE A.. Teaching Institution Dates Rank Department John Jay College 1/1/07 PRESENT Professor English Of Criminal Justice John Jay College /1/07 Associate Professor English Of Criminal Justice John Jay College Assistant Professor English Of Criminal Justice Tenure Rutgers, The State 1994 Spring Adjunct Theatre Arts University of New Jersey Levin Theatre Douglass College New Brunswick, N.J. U.C. Berkeley Instructor Pre-College Berkeley, Ca. (Summers) Academy, EAOP (Early Academic Outreach 1 Institution Dates Rank Department cont. John Jay College Substitute Assistant English Of Criminal Justice Professor Program- Program Name Change) Playwrights Horizons 1992 Instructor Playwriting Theatre School Bushfire Theatre Instructor Playwriting Philadelphia, Pa (Saturdays) John Jay College 1990 Lecturer English Of Criminal Justice John Jay College Adjunct Professor English/Seek Of Criminal Justice College of New Rochelle Adjunct Professor English DC37 Campus New Rochelle, N.Y. Harlem Campus New Rochelle/ Main Campus Fredrick Douglass Instructor Playwriting, Creative Arts Center Fiction Writing, Poetry Writing, Boston College 1975 Instructor Fine Arts Chestnut Hill, Mass. Theatre Division Brandies University 1975 Instructor African & Afro- Waltham, Mass. American Studies EXPERIENCE B. Other Institution Dates Title Lincoln University Co-Coordinator The Langston Lincoln University, Pa. Summer Forum Hughes Playwrights Forum 2 B. Other cont. Institution Dates Title cont. The Pen & Brush, INC 2006 Interviewer of Ms. Billie Allen, noted director and performer for the Presentation of Certificates of Achievement Women of Arts, Letters and Scholars Semaj Publications of Denver 2006 Color My Poetry, Color It Mine, Denver, Colorado International Poetic Expression Convention, Semaj Publications of Denver, Chief Judge St. Olaf College Co-Instructor with Dr. Joan Northfield, Minnesota Hepburn of the English Department at John Jay College campus at St. Olaf. Served as John Jay liaison for the January Theatre Arts In New York Interim Session: Lectured, Acquired room assignments, assisted in the procurement of guest speakers and New York artists The University of Georgia 2004 Guest Lecturer - Playwriting Department of Drama and Workshop Theatre, Division of Fine Arts Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Athens, Georgia Cincinnati State Technical 2002 Consultant Writing Program and Community College Cincinnati, Ohio NAACP ACT-SO 2002 Adjudicator Playwriting Playwriting Division Houston, Texas NAACP ACT-SO 2001 Adjudicator Playwriting Playwriting Division New Orleans, Louisiana Women on Brewster Place 1990 Script Doctor/Writer - Television Series Ophra Winfrey - Producer Chicago, Illinois Tight Shoes Screenplay Screenwriter Columbia Pictures - Producer Los Angeles, California 3 B.. Other Institution Dates Title Tight Shoes Screenplay 1988 Screenwriter Bill Cosby - Producer ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS 2004 THE VIV AWARD Outstanding Pioneer Award Vivian Robinson Audelco Recognition Award TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD John Jay College of Criminal Justice City University of New York 2003 AUGUST WILSON PLAYWRIGHT S AWARD 14 th Annual National Black Theatre Festival Winston-Salem, North Carolina 2002 ANNUAL WOMEN S HISTORY MONTH LITERARY LECTURE HONOR, The John Jay College Women s Studies Committee and the Women s Center. First In House/On Campus recipient of this honorary process BUSHFIRE THEATRE OF THE PERFOMING ARTS SEVENTH WALK OF FAME Recognition of Artists of Stage, Screen and T.V. Hand Print and Honor Ceremony Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2001 HONORED CERTIFICATE from Judge John Leventhal s Domestic Violence Court, The Kings County Supreme Court for my poem How Shall We Lighten Their Loads? Given at the honoring of Judge Judith Kaye, The Chief Judge of the State of New York Brooklyn, New York 1995 PROCLAMATION From the city of Trenton, New Jersey, Mayor s Office for play Long Time Since Yesterday Trenton, New Jersey 1995 MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. CÉSAR CHÁVEZ ROSA PARKS VISITING PROFESSORSHIP Artist In Residence Program Acknowledged by the Seals of the State of Michigan and the University of Michigan in conjunction with the Department of Theatre and Drama at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 4 ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS cont. Gibson s writings were the foundation for the fall 1995 New Course seminar entitled: The New American Play Process which focused primarily on the New York Playwright P.J. Gibson's Play: Mask, Circles: Healing the Pain and other Gibson plays. Ann Arbor, Michigan PSC-CUNY RESEARCH AWARD GRANT Writing of play Rotating. Follow up to the 1994 PSC-CUNY RESEARCH AWARD GRANT Shadowing The African-American Female Judge - on the bench, in chambers, in her personal life. 1994 PSC-CUNY RESEARCH AWARD GRANT TITLE: Shadowing The African-American Female Judge - on the bench, in chambers, in her personal life. Shadowed four African-American female judges: the Honorable Judges Judith D. Ford, Brenda Harbin-Forte, Gail Bereola and Joan Cartwright of the Oakland-Piedmont-Emeryville Judicial District, Oakland, California. This research was the foundation for the play Rotating REPRESENTED THE UNITED STATES The First International Women Playwrights Conference as playwright and panelist, The University at Buffalo Buffalo, New York 1987 TEACHING AWARD Excellent Teaching, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Seek Department 1985 AUDELCO AWARD Best Dramatic Play of the Year, Best Playwright of the Year 1980 KEY TO THE CITY Mayor's Office, for production of play My Mark, My Name, Indianapolis, Indiana 1978 ARTIST HONOR Sudanese Songs and Poets Association, National Council for Arts and Letters, Music and Drama Institute, Khartoum, Sudan, Africa NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS Playwriting Grant Washington, D.C. GRANT FUNDING Rhode Island Committee For The Humanities, for writing my historical play Mark, My Name, for the Rites & Reason Theatre Providence, Rhode Island 1974 SHUBERT FELLOWSHIP Playwriting Grant, M.F.A. Program Brandeis University Waltham, Massachusetts 5 ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL HONORS cont. COMMISSIONS 2000 COMMISSION Poem Herbert Johnson, Associate Director Criminal Justice Center, How Shall We Lighten Their Loads? for and presented at the Community Policing, Domestic Violence Conference, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2000/ COMMISSION Play Prescription For Love, For the Black Spectrum 1999 Theatre Queens, New York 1993 COMMISSION Play Masks, Circles: Healing The Pain For Women's History Month - by the Women's Center, based on interviews of survivors of rape, incest, physical and emotional abuse - John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York 1983 COMMISSION Play Clean Sheets Can't Soil - Rites & Reason Theatre, Brown University Providence, Rhode Island 1978 COMMISSION Play Konvergence for the Rites & Reason Theatre Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island COMMISSION Play My Mark, My Name for 1978 Bicentennial Celebration, for the Rites & Reason Theatre, Brown University Providence, Rhode Island 1977 COMMISSION Play Void Passage for the Rites & Reason Theatre Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island PUBLICATIONS 2009 Jesse Play. Smith & Kraus, Inc. The Best 10-Minute Plays 2010, edited by Lawrence Harbison, Vermont, New Hampshire 2006 The Virgin, Writing in Third Person, On Building, Almost Forgot to Remember Poems. Artist and Influence. Volume XXV. Hatch-Billop Collection, Inc Imette St. Guillen (A Poem in Five Movements). John Jay Times, Volume IX No. IV, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 2005 Trial - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 6 PUBLICATIONS Cont Dinner At Aunt Lucy s - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Looking For Hezekiah - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Jesse - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Annie Maye s Child - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Deep Roots - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 My Mark, My Name - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 The Ancestor Trilogy - The Taking Circle, Blood on the Seats, Weeding. (3 One Act Plays) - Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Unveilings - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 The Other Side of the Passion Curtain - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Brown Silk and Magenta Sunsets - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Konvergence - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Long Time Since Yesterday - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2005 Ruby Mae Poem. Artist and Influence. Volume XXIV. Hatch-Billop Collection, Inc Void Passage - Play. Archival Anthology. Women s Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2003 Success Awaits, Poem. Urban Learners: Serious About College Success, Third Addition, first printing 1999, Prentice Hall Press Upper Saddle River, NJ 2003 Destiny s Daughters: 9 Voices of P.J. Gibson. 1 st Books Library. Bloomington, Indiana 7 PUBLICATIONS Cont Annie Maye s Child - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 Deep Roots Child - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 My Mark, My Name Child - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 The Ancestor Trilogy The Taking Circle, Blood on the Seats, Weeding. (3 One Act Plays) - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 Unveilings. - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 The Other Side of the Passion Curtain. - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 Brown Silk and Magenta Sunsets. - Play. Archival Anthology. Black Drama Section. Alexander Street Press. Alexandria, Virginia 2002 Konvergence. Black Drama Section Archival Anthology. Alexander Street Press, Alexandria, Virginia 2002 Long Time Since Yesterday. Black Drama Section Archival Anthology. Alexander Street Press, Alexandria, Virginia Ruby Dee Captivates Oral History Audience, Round Up League of Professional Theatre Women New York, 2001/2002, Volume 2, Number My Mark, My Name; Long Time Since Yesterday in W. King Jr. (Ed.) Voices of Color (pp. 57, pp. 62. pp.64) Applause Books, 1993 George Houston Bass: The Ultimate Dramaturge. The Langston Hughes Review, XII (2) pp. 3-6, Brown University Press, Providence, Rhode Island 1993 Proceedings of the first International Women Playwrights Conference, October 18-23, 1988 (pp , pp ) Scarecrow Press 1992 Midnight Licorice Nights. In R.P. Bell, M Decosta-Willis, R. Martin (Eds.), Erotique Noire, Black Erotica (pp. 18) New York, Doubleday 1992 We'll Be Real Good Together in R.P. Bell, M Decosta-Willis, R. Martin (Eds.), Erotique Noire, Black Erotica (pp. 219) New York, Doubleday Press 1992 Teaching The Sweet Thing. In R.P. Bell, M Decosta-Willis, R. Martin (Eds.), Erotique Noire, Black Erotica (pp. 269) New York, Doubleday Press 8 PUBLICATIONS Cont Long Time Since Yesterday. W. Branch, (Ed.) Black Thunder (pp.211) A Mentor Book Press, 1991 Brown Silk and Magenta Sunsets. In J.A. Beard, (Ed.), One Hundred Women's Stage Monologues From The 1980's (pp. 120) Smith and Kraus Press, Newbury, Vermont 1991 George Houston Bass: Artist, Scholar, Visionary. The Langston Hughes Review, IX, X (1 & 2) 54-56, Brown University Press 1991 George Houston Bass: Artist, Scholar, Visionary. Black Masks, (pp. 5-6, 18-19) Bronx, New York 1989 Konvergence. in W. King, (Ed.), New Plays for the Black Theatre (pp. 73) Third World Press, Chicago, Illinois: 1986 Long Time Since Yesterday. Samuel French, Inc Brown Silk and Magenta Sunsets. in M. Wilkerson, (Ed.), Nine Plays by Black Women (pp. 425) New York: New American Library 1985 Cycles. in D. Alladice, M. Britton, K. Lamkin, D. Matthews, C. Sanders, G. Wilson (Eds.), Long Journey Home New York: Meta Press, 1975 Basic Management. for The National Endowment The Arts, Media Associates Inc. Press, Washington, D.C Building An Institution. for The National Endowment The Arts, Media Associates Inc. Press, Washington, D.C Ideas Into Practice. for The National Endowment The Arts, Media Associates Inc. Press, Washington, D.C Dealing With Space. for The National Endowment The Arts, Media Associates Inc. Press, Washington, D.C. ARTICLES WRITTEN ABOUT P.J. GIBSON S WORKS AND GIBSON INTERVIEWS 2004 P.J. Gibson Writer, Interviewers, Joan Hepburn PhD St. Olaf College, Woodie King Jr. Founder and Producing Director New Federal Theatre Artist and Influence, Volume XXII 2004, Hatch-Billips Collection, Inc. Spotlight on Convention Committee Members, Color My Poetry, Color it Mine, International Poetic Expressions Convention, James Allen Nolan, Semaj Publications of Denver Denver, Colorado 9 ARTICLES WRITTEN ABOUT P.J. GIBSON S WORKS AND GIBSON INTERVIEWS Cont Miss P.J. Gibson, Chapter Playwrights Section, The Impact of Race Theatre and Culture, Woodie King Jr., foreword by Ossie Davis, Applause Theatre & Cinema Books A Litany of Literary Excellence Tanya Cornell-Kestler, Assistant Editor, Staff Writer/Designer, Keuka Magazine, Keuka College Keuka Park, New York 1996 A Discussion of Selected Black Women Playwrights and Their Plays, P.J. Gibson Brown Silk and Magenta Sunsets, Answers to the Questionnaire, Interview and Discussions: P.J. Gibson Susanna A. Busch, Sturdy Black Bridges on the American Stage: The Portrayal of Black Motherhood in Selected Plays by Contemporary African American Women Playwrights, Sachem British And American Studies, edited by Martin & Ruddier Schreyer, Vol./Bd.8, Peter Lang Publisher, Frankfurt am Main Berlin Bern New York Paris Wien INSTITUTES TEACHING/USING P.J. GIBSON S WORKS Abbreviated Listing California State University at Sacramento City College of San Francisco Howard University Morgan College Purdue University San Jose State University Spellman College St. Olaf The University of Georgia Wake Forest University Wayne State William Paterson College University of Graz, Austria Family Crisis Services, Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center Bronx, New York On Going DISSERTAIONS/MASTERS PROGRAMS ADDRESSING P.J. GIBSON WORKS 2006 Ms. Sarah Graham, MFA program short biography, critical analysis, and bibliography of Gibson works for reference boon on African American Women Writers, Greenwood Publishing Group, English Department/Creative Writing, University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 2001 Ms. Celeste Evans, Doctorate Program, Directing, Department of Theatre, Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan 10 DISSERTAIONS/MASTERS PROGRAMS ADDRESSING P.J. GIBSON WORKS Cont Susanna A. Bösch, PhD Doctorate Program, Chapter A Discussion of Selected Black Women Playwrights and Their Plays, University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria PRODUCED PLAYS LONG TIME SINCE YESTERDAY (2 ACTS) NOTE* I/Playwright received a NOTE** Due to the Samuel 2005 Proclamation from the City of French Publication Long Time... Trenton for this production. has had numerous productions throughout USA, since Continuously produced, Long Time has had over 60 performances to date. The following are but a sampling. The Perry Players 5/02 Stanford Arts Center Stanford, Connecticut Wayne State University 2/01 Department of Theatre College of Fine, Performing & Communication Arts - Detroit, Michigan San Jose State University 10/00 Department of Theatre Arts San Jose, California University of North Carolina 4/97 Greensboro Theatre Greensboro, North Carolina 1995 National Black 8/95 Theatre Festival Winston-Salem, N.C. From the Lett Entertainment - Los Angeles, CA Production Artistic Ventures Inc. 6/95 Trenton, N.J. John Jay Players 1/93 John Jay College 11 PRODUCED PLAYS cont. Henry Street Settlement 10/85 New Federal Theatre *Premiere* Production COLLARD GREEN PIE (Ten Minute) Colorfest 24 Hour 10 Minute Play Festival Bear Arts Foundation Spring Valley, California 6/10 THE CHALLENGE (Ten Minute) THE AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL TORTURE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN John Jay College of Criminal Justice 10/10 LEAST WE FORGET THE (Ten Minute) THE AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL SOUL BEHIND THE FACE TORTURE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN John Jay College of Criminal Justice 10/10 UNVEILINGS (2 ACTS) Dolphy Productions 3/05 The Producers Club The Paul Robeson Theatre 5/98 Buffalo, New York A Place In The Sun 11/94 Productions Bushfire Theatre 12/92 Philadelphia, Pa Side Stage Theatre 10/91 Company, Rainbow Theatre 8/86 Los Angeles, Ca. Eccentric Circles Theatre 4/82 THE TAKING CIRCLE (1 ACT) Unity Players Ensemble 3/05 From THE ANCESTOR SERIES Trilogy, In the Three of Our Best Premiere One-Act Plays from the First Four Seasons Los Angeles, California 12 PRODUCED PLAYS cont. Unity Players Ensemble 2/01 Los Angeles, California Women s Project Theatre 3/00 Directors Forum/Women s Project & Productions KONVERGENCE (1 ACT) Shaw University 5/05 Raleigh, North Carolina The Julliard School 3/99 Lincoln Center (two dates) 10/98 B&G Productions 10/94 Dramatists Theater Oakland Ensemble Theatre 12/82 Oakland, Ca. Kumba Workshop Theatre 6/78 Chicago, Ill. Players Company Theatre 3/78 Trenton, N.J. Rites & Reason Theatre 3/78 Providence, R.I. DINNER AT AUNT LUCY S (1 ACT) Bushfire Theatre 10/02 Philadelphia, Pa. LOOKING FOR HEZEKIAH (1 ACT) Bushfire Theatre 10/02 Philadelphia, Pa. PRESCRIPTION FOR LOVE (1 ACT) Black Spectrum Theatre 10/01 Queens, New York 3/01 ANNIE MAYE'S CHILD (2 ACTS) The Black Civic Theatre 1/00 Kalamazoo, Michigan The Paul Robeson Theatre 5/99 Buffalo, New York 13 PRODUCED PLAYS cont. Bushfire Theatre 4/96 Philadelphia, Pa. DEEP ROOTS (2 ACTS) Bushfire Theatre 3/98 Philadelphia, Pa. BROWN SILK AND MAGENTA SUNSETS Ensemble Studio Theatre 3/04 (2 ACTS) National Black Arts Festival 8/98 14 th Street Theatre (Site) Atlanta, Georgia California State University at 11/95 Sacramento, Department of Theatre Arts Sacramento, California SsQ Theater & Repertory 4/91 Maitland, Florida The Paul Robeson and 11/90 Richard B. Harrison Players Greensboro, NC. Penumbra Theatre 10/88 Company Saint Paul, Minn. Mid West *Premiere* Production Paul Robeson Theatre 10/88 Buffalo, N.Y First International Women s Playwrights Festival East Coast, MASKS, CIRCLES: HEALING THE PAIN Playwrights Theatre 5/97 (2 ACTS) California State University Sacramento Department of Theatre Arts Sacramento, Sacramento, California CAGE (1 ACT) John Jay College 3/96 VOID PASSAGE (1 ACT) South Dallas Cultural Center 3/96 Dallas, Texas 14 PRODUCED PLAYS cont. Kumba Workshop 6/78 Chicago, Ill. Players Company Theatre 3/78 Trenton, N.J. Rites & Reason 4/77 Providence, R.I. MY MARK, MY NAME (2 ACTS) The Powerhouse Company, 11/90 Inc., Richmond, Va. Bushfire Theatre 2/89 Philadelphia, Pa. Trenton Theatre Guild 2/86 Trenton, N.J. International Black Arts 8/82 Festival, Richard Allen Center For Culture & Art So
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