Steve McGraw


Steve McGraw's teleplay "Miles from Nowhere", an autobiographical family drama, was produced by New World International, and starred Rick Schroder and James Farentino. It first aired on CBS, and won a Christopher Award for writing. The story was also published by William Morrow as a novel called "Totaled." His screenplay, "Pendragon", won in the action/adventure category at The Breckenridge Film Festival. His most recent script, "Jimmy Nolan" is in pre-production. It will be directed by Jeff McCracken, produced by Matt Salinger.

Steve has presented some of Off-Broadway's longest running hits at his cabaret theatre in Manhattan including "Forbidden Broadway" and "Forever Plaid". He is the producer of Frank and Malachy McCourt's comedy, "A Couple of Blaguards" which is now touring internationally.

Steve is a graduate of Notre Dame University.

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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 24,780. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
Aloysius Ambrose plots his son Marlin’s political rise to power. Marlin, disillusioned by the corruption of today’s leadership, rejects his father’s master plan and pursues a bohemian life. One stormy night, a lightning bolt sends Marlin back to Camelot where he learns the true essence of leadership from King Arthur Pendragon.

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