• Thursday, March 1, 2018
  • BIG NEWS!

    Victory Gardens’ new season will include plays by Paula Vogel, Ike Holter and Madhuri Shekar 

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    So so so so happy to share that I’m coming back to Chicago with a new play at Victory Gardens, premiering June 2019, directed by Chay Yew himself! (!!!!!!!) And I get to share the season with some of the best plays and playwrights in America today. I can’t believe it.

  • Sunday, February 11, 2018
  • Playwrights get a new stage: Audible announces 15 writers for audio theater project

    Playwrights get a new stage: Audible announces 15 writers for audio theater project

  • Thursday, February 8, 2018
  • 2018 Pacific Playwrights Festival

    2018 Pacific Playwrights Festival

  • Sunday, January 21, 2018
  • Three things in January!

    Thrilled to be part of the 2018-2019 Ars Nova Play Group with these wonderful writers. A place to write and work for the next two years. So excited to see what we create.

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    On Thursday, Jan 25, come see a reading of HOUSE OF JOY by New York Stage and Film, as part of their Winter Season! Directed by Zi Alikhan and featuring this incredible cast – MaYaa Boateng, Mahira Kakkar, Sathya Sridharan, Jihae Park, Deepa Purohit, Rasha Zamamiri and Ian Fields Stewart.

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    And for an evening of fun and new and inventive short sci-fi plays, come join us at NY MADNESS on Sunday, Jan 28, at 8pm. USE code NYMFRIENDS for $5 tix!!

  • Thursday, August 3, 2017
  • HOUSE OF JOY / AUG 10 – Atlantic Theater Company

    HOUSE OF JOY / AUG 10 – Atlantic Theater Company

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017
  • Queen makes the Kilroy’s List!

    QUEEN made The Kilroy’s List of most recommended plays by women and trans writers of color this year! Check out the complete list and add them all to your summer reading list 📚 🎭 ☀️ ❤️  thekilroys.org/list-2017

    You can read the full script of QUEEN on the New Play Exchange.

    VarietyBroadway, Take Note: These Female Playwrights of Color Should Be on Your Radar

    This year, the Kilroys opted to focus specifically on works by female or trans writers of color. The move was spurred in part by the ongoing study The Count, which in 2015 found that over a three-year period, 22% of productions at America’s nonprofit theaters were written by women — and of those, less than 4% were penned by writers of color.