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Saturday's Voyeur Playwrights

Nancy Borgenicht

Nancy Borgenicht (Playwright) has been part of The Salt Lake Acting Company since 1974. She served as Co-Executive Producer with Allen Nevins from 1993-2005 and as Interim Executive Producer for the 2009-2010 Season. She received the Mayor's Award for the Arts in 1999 and accepted, for SLAC, the Governor's Award for the Arts in 2001. As an actor, she has appeared in SLAC productions of MISS MARGARIDA'S WAY, HUNTING COCKROACHES, ON THE VERGE OR THE GEOGRAPHY OF YEARNING, HEDDA GABLER, KENNEDY'S CHILDREN, SYLVIA PLATH: A DRAMATIC PORTRAIT, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, and EL GRANDE DE COCA COLA. Her directing credits for SLAC include ANGELS IN AMERICA, WHITE MAN DANCING, OLEANNA, WOMEN AND WALLACE, CABBIES, COWBOYS AND THE TREE OF THE WEEPING VIRGIN, and SATURDAY'S VOYEUR from 1993 to 2003. She conceived and created SATURDAY'S VOYEUR in 1978.

Allen Nevins

Allen Nevins (Playwright) has been writing for SATURDAY'S VOYEUR the last 20 years. He came to the Salt Lake Acting Company in 1989 as the Literary Manager and in 1990 he formed a writing and business partnership with Nancy Borgenicht. In 1993, their partnership, Saturday's Voyeur, Inc., became the management company and the Executive Producers of the Salt Lake Acting Company, for which they received the UAF Mayors Award for the Performing Arts and also the Governors Award for the Arts. As Executive Producers they expanded and re-built the Upstairs Theatre, designed and built the Chapel Theatre as an alternative performing space, unionized SLAC's acting pool and re-instituted SATURDAY'S VOYEUR as the annual summer fundraiser for the Salt Lake Acting Company. In his 12 years as an Executive Producer, the Salt Lake Acting Company produced over 70 full-length plays, 40 public readings, and developed multiple new works for the American stage. Since his retirement in 2005, he has focused his talents on maintaining SATURDAY'S VOYEUR as an outlet for discourse, dissent, irreverent humor, cheap shots at elected officials; and of course, political in-correctness in all its forms. He'd like to thank Rep. Carl Wimmer for replacing Sen. Chris Buttars as the most ridiculous legislator on planet Utah and for all the Tea Baggers in the Patrick Henry Caucus for making "all our differences so painfully obvious."

 

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