Official Website of Sought After Playwright

Brian McClure Mayers

The Cycle

To Be Performed On Theater Row October 28, 2018 at  6:00 pm - Order Tickets Here
Play Book Released March 10, 2018
The Cycle by Brian McClure Mayers
 
My Story

Brian McClure Mayers was born in Newark, New Jersey. He is an actor and playwright. However his first love was the martial arts. Over the years Brian became a five-time city champion point fighter and later became a professional kick boxer. During his career he fought under the Karate T League and was ranked number two in New Jersey. Later, Brian retired because of bad politics and greedy promoters. Brian's quote: " The martial arts was the cattiest for my acting career." Brian started taking commercial classes in Inglewood N.J. Brian quote: "I wanted to be challenged on a higher level." So he started taking acting classes with Heaven and Earth Productions and fell in love with children theater. shortly Brian got a chance to tour with the famous Negro Ensemble in N.Y.C. "Sister Rabbit takes Harlem"  That is when Brian discovered his love for writing plays. His passion for acting and play writing continued to grow. He went back to school to receive an Associate Degree in Fine Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech and Theater.

 

While attending school Brian was nominated twice for The Irene Ryan Award for the musical ‘Working” and the play “The Adding Machine”. Brian continued to perform in theaters and movies Dead President, Jimmy”, “Somebody’s Child” and the sitcom “For Richer or Poorer”, just to name a few.

Brian loves to write and give back to his community. He has written several plays and volunteers at detention centers performing his solo show The Cycle. For over a decade Mayers has been devoted to the Arts Council in Fayetteville

N.C  portraying Jacob Marley from a “Christmas Carol”. Brian was the recipient of the 2015 Regional Artist Project Grant. ​

My Story

Brian McClure Mayers was born in Newark, New Jersey. He is an actor and playwright. However his first love was the martial arts. Over the years Brian became a five-time city champion point fighter and later became a professional kick boxer. During his career he fought under the Karate T League and was ranked number two in New Jersey. Later, Brian retired because of bad politics and greedy promoters. Brian's quote: " The martial arts was the cattiest for my acting career." Brian started taking commercial classes in Inglewood N.J. Brian quote: "I wanted to be challenged on a higher level." So he started taking acting classes with Heaven and Earth Productions and fell in love with children theater. shortly Brian got a chance to tour with the famous Negro Ensemble in N.Y.C. "Sister Rabbit takes Harlem"  That is when Brian discovered his love for writing plays. His passion for acting and play writing continued to grow. He went back to school to receive an Associate Degree in Fine Arts and a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech and Theater.

 

While attending school Brian was nominated twice for The Irene Ryan Award for the musical ‘Working” and the play “The Adding Machine”. Brian continued to perform in theaters and movies Dead President, Jimmy”, “Somebody’s Child” and the sitcom “For Richer or Poorer”, just to name a few.

Brian loves to write and give back to his community. He has written several plays and volunteers at detention centers performing his solo show The Cycle. For over a decade Mayers has been devoted to the Arts Council in Fayetteville

N.C  portraying Jacob Marley from a “Christmas Carol”. Brian was the recipient of the 2015 Regional Artist Project Grant. ​

My plaYS

The Cycle

When a Stranger Comes Home

 
My plaYS

In 2018

The Cycle

The Bag Lady

In 2022

First of the Month

In 2020

In 2023

The Forest of Make 

Beleive

In 2021

When a Stranger Comes Home

In 2024

An Uneven Coin

In 2025

24-7

In 2026

The New Slavery

In 2027

The Health Plex

IN THE PRESS
 
 
Shows & Signings
The Cycle Debuts In NYC
When
Oct 28, 2018, 6:00 PM
Where
410 W 42nd St,
410 W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA
 

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Word Therapy Publishing, LLC

888-494-8880

PO Box 939, Hope Mills, NC 28348

© 2023 by Brian McClure Mayers

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