Robert Attenweiler and Scott Henkle

OUR GREATEST YEAR

The play follows Harvey and his new wife, Elton, as they return to Cleveland, OH to care for his ailing father, watch another tortured year of Cleveland professional sports and learn about loss, losing and the myths we create to make sense of both.

Robert Attenweiler (playwright / producer) is a playwright, screenwriter and independent producer living in New York City. He is the author of over a dozen plays, including "…and we all wore leather pants" (published in Plays and Playwrights 2008 and Best Women’s Stage Monologues 2008), "Kansas City Or Along the Way" (published by the New York Theater Experience, 2011), "Thick Like Piano Legs" and "All Kinds of Shifty Villains." He created, wrote and produced the award-winning web series, Apt1B (www.disgracedtv.com) and writes the online comic The Adventures of Max Quarterhorse, an illustrated spin-off of his play "All Kinds of Shifty Villains." He was a 2008 nytheatre.com “Person of the Year,” a 2010 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Playwriting/Screenwriting and a Resident at the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony in Woodstock, NY in 2011. Robert is a member of the Lark Play Development Center, the Actor’s Studio Playwright/Director Workshop, the Dramatists Guild and the League of Independent Theaters. He founded his independent production company, Disgraced Productions (www.disgracedproductions.com), in 2005 and continues to produce material through DP, Disgraced Comics and DisgracedTV.

Born in Cleveland, Scott Henkle (Comic Writer / Illustrator) has an MFA in fiction from the University of Washington and has published prose work in Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, and The Massachusetts Review, where he was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His visual/textual work has been featured in Web Conjunctions, Seattle's City Arts Magazine, and on the City Arts blog. More of his work can be found at scotthenkle.com and he features weekly comics/drawings at scientistsupremeallologies.com. He is currently in various stages of development on a novel, a dissertation, a graphic novel, and two sons.