Jerry Stubblefield's full length play New Mexican Rainbow Fishing was first produced at EST in 1979, directed by Curt Dempster, and subsequently at The Peterborough Players in New Hampshire (1984), on Theatre Row at the Nat Horne (1988), and in a later incarnation re-titled Echo 4 Mi, at Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre (1992). His earlier full length The Rodeo Stays in Town for at Least a Week was produced in New York at the W.P.A. Theatre, and a one-act version was later produced at the Riverside Church Theatre, then as a teleplay aired on WNYC TV, and at EST, directed by the late Rod Marriott of Circle Rep. The play was also produced in Los Angeles by Creative Visions, Inc., directed by Penny Spencer. Other plays produced at EST include the one-act The One Stone and Brain Tempura, a performance piece with music and monologues, both in 1989. Stubblefield has guest lectured at his alma mater, The University of Texas (Austin) where his one-act play Pleasant Sundays was produced, the University of Connecticut (Bridgeport), and in North Carolina at Mars Hill College, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Appalachian State University and UNC-Asheville. He has been a regular playwriting adjudicator and workshop leader at the International Thespian Society's annual state conclave in Winston-Salem, and teaches adult playwriting and creative writing workshops in Asheville, NC and elsewhere. In 2009, his novel Homunculus was published by Black Heron Books of Seattle.