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|Age||39 years old|
|Born||11 September 1981|
|Birthplace||Kansas, United States|
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Harrison David Rivers Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Harrison David Rivers worth at the age of 39 years old? Harrison David Rivers’s income source is mostly from being a successful Playwright. He is from United States. We have estimated Harrison David Rivers's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Playwright|
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Rivers received New York Stage & Film’s 2015 Founder’s Award and, in 2016, he was the Playwright-in-Residence at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Rivers also wrote the book for the musical Five Points, with lyrics by Douglas Lyons and music by Douglas Lyons and Ethan Pakchar which received its world premiere at Theater Latté Da, in Minneapolis, in 2018. The extended, sold-out production received a MN Theater Award for Exceptional New Work and the BroadwayWorld Minneapolis Award for Outstanding Original/New Work, as well as Lavender Magazine awards for Best New Musical Score and Lyrics and Outstanding New Playwriting (for Rivers' book) and was included on MinnPost's year-end Best Of list for 2018. In 2019, Tony Award-winning choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler joined the creative team as the show's director and choreographer. Blankenbuehler directed a sold-out concert staging of the show at Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City on September 16, 2019.
In May and June 2019, Rivers' play To Let Go & Fall received its world premiere production at Theater Latté Da.
Rivers wrote the libretto for the second part of the musical Broadbend, Arkansas. The libretto for the first part of the show is by Ellen Fitzhugh and music & additional lyrics were written by Ted Shen. The show received its world premiere in the fall of 2019 at The Duke on 42nd Street in New York City in a co-production of Transport Group and the Public Theater.
Rivers is the 2019-2020 Rudolph William Rosati Visiting Writer at Duke University.
Rivers' play the bandaged place won the 2018 Relentless Award, a prize created in honor of the late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, and was part of New York Stage & Film's 2019 Powerhouse season at Vassar College.
During the 2018-19 school year, Rivers was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Drama at Kenyon College.
In 2017, Rivers' play Sweet from National Black Theatre received four nominations at the 45th AUDELCO Awards including: Dramatic Production of the Year, Outstanding Ensemble Performance, Director/Dramatic Production and Playwright. The 45th annual Vivian Robinson AUDELCO Awards recognizes excellence in Black Theatre. His play Where Storms are Born, produced by the Williamstown Theatre Festival, won an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award (2017) and was nominated for Outstanding New Play at the 2017 Berkshire Theatre Awards.
Also in 2017, Rivers' play This Bitter Earth premiered at New Conservatory Theatre Center in San Francisco. It was subsequently produced at Penumbra Theater in Saint Paul, where it won a MN Theater Award for Exceptional New Work and a Lavender Magazine award for Outstanding New Playwriting, and at About Face Theatre in Chicago, where it was a Jeff Award Recommended Show.
In 2014, Rivers was awarded a Jerome Many Voices Fellowship from the Playwrights' Center and relocated to Minneapolis, Minnesota. He subsequently received a McKnight Fellowship for Playwrights (2015–16) and was a Core Writer at the Playwrights’ Center from 2016-2019. He currently serves on the Playwrights' Center's Board of Directors.
The Movement Theatre Company presented Rivers' play Look Upon Our Lowliness, directed by David Mendizábal, at the Harlem School for the Arts Theatre, in April 2013. It was subsequently developed at New York Theatre Workshop's Dartmouth residency in the summer of 2019.
Rivers was a member of P73's Interstate 73 Writers' Group and the Emerging Writers Group at the Public Theater (2011–13).
Rivers' play "When Last We Flew" was selected for the Sundance Theatre Lab in 2010. The play went on to be produced in the New York International Fringe Festival where it won awards for Outstanding Play and Outstanding Performance (for Rory Lipede). The play was invited to be a part of the Fringe Encore Series. “When Last We Flew” also won the 2011 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding New York Theatre: Off Off Broadway.
While still a student at Columbia, Rivers was selected to participate in the inaugural "24 Hour Plays: Old Vic New Voices" event at the Atlantic Theatre. He also wrote a short play for The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway (2009) called “And It Seems To Me A Very Good Sign.” His cast included Sam Rockwell, Naomi Watts, John Krasinski and Amber Tamblyn.
Rivers was born in Manhattan, Kansas. He attended Manhattan High School, where he was active in the music and theater programs. He earned a B.A. in American Studies and Dance & Drama from Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio (2004) and an M.F.A in Playwriting from the Columbia University School of Arts in New York City (2009), where he received the John Golden Playwriting Award.
Harrison David Rivers (born September 11, 1981) is an American playwright. Rivers' work has won him the Relentless Award, a GLAAD Media Award, a McKnight Fellowship for Playwrights, a Jerome Foundation Many Voices Fellowship, an Emerging Artist of Color Fellowship, a Van Lier Fellowship and the New York Stage & Film's Founders Award. He is based in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is married to Christopher Bineham.