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Nolan Nightingale is an American playwright from Lisbon, New Hampshire. He is known for his play, Songs of Suffering: A Torture Play, which was produced by the The Upstage Players and premiered at the Littleton Opera House in August of 2018. Songs of Suffering has been published by UK publisher Smith Scripts In 2020 his play "The Unwanted Statue of Horace P. Fuzz" was chosen for the Multi-Script Madness production of the Three Penny Theatre Company in Salt Lake City. Nolan's play "A Stupid, Broken Leg" was performed on The Green Light podcast https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=664380231093091. Nightingale graduated with a dual major, he received a theater degree at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania as well as a BA in creative writing. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston Ma.  During his High School years he wrote movie reviews for the Littleton Courier newspaper under the column "Crack The Wipp". He graduated as salutatorian of Lisbon Regional School. Nolan has also written numerous articles for the odyssey online one of which was read on Ben Shapiro's show in March of 2018 
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