Jerome Hairston is an award-winning playwright known as a prodigy in the theater world for
having two Off-Broadway plays produced by the time he was a sophomore at James Madison University. He is also one of the youngest playwrights ever to be featured at the
Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville, Kentucky, a well-regarded showcase for original drama.
His work includes The Love of Bullets (1994), a play about drug culture that was
produced by New York's Young Playwrights Festival, and a.m. Sunday (2002), about . . .
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