PRESS + MEDIA COVERAGE
Lori Roper’s voice and work have been well-received by the press and multi-media outlets since her childhood. According to Roper, her writing career officially began at age 11, with her first byline in the Ralph S. Mason Camp newsletter entitled “Moose News,”. Since then she has gone on to win a plethora of writing competitions, theater competitions and has been the recipient of prestigious awards which acknowledge her long-standing, successful career as an innovative writer and educator.
The Sister's Grey, A Staged Reading at William & Mary
Gallery Aferro Artist-In-Residence
Jersey Indie Artist Affiliation
New Moon Short Play Festival at Luna Stage
Chatham Teacher Received Unsung Hero Award
High School English Teacher Receives ING Unsung Heroes Award
High School Shows Its Creative Spirit with Entertaining Pulp Jam
Chatham High School Poetry Speaks Volumes
Love, Loss and What I Wore
Teaching Artist Profile
Theater Notes: Work in progress Comedy The Sisters Grey at Wilson Center
'Sisters Grey' Tackles Social Issues in Funny Way
W&M to stage reading of alumna's 'The Sisters Grey'
Late Thursdays in October