WP Theater (formerly known as Women's Project Theater) is a not-for-profit Off-Broadway theater based in New York City. It is the nation’s oldest and largest theater company dedicated to developing, producing and promoting the work of female-identified theater artists at every stage in their careers.[1] Currently, Lisa McNulty serves as the Producing Artistic Director and Michael Sag serves as the Managing Director.[2][3]

BackgroundEdit

WP Theater was founded in 1978 by Julia Miles to address the conspicuous underrepresentation of women artists working in the American theater. Miles was producing at The American Place Theatre, an Off-Broadway theater dedicated to producing new work by American writers. Miles began as Assistant Manager at The American Place Theatre in 1964 and advanced in the ranks to Associate Director.[4] During this time, she noted the lack of plays written by women being produced by The American Place Theatre in comparison to those written by men. Under a grant from the Ford Foundation, Miles created The Women’s Project under the umbrella of The American Place Theatre to encourage the development of female playwrights and directors and to provide a forum for their work.[5] For its first nine years, WP Theater staged its productions in the basement of The American Place Theatre. In 1987, the project left The American Place Theatre and became an independent organization, known today as WP Theater. In 1998, the project bought a church at 424 West 55th Street, also the site of Theater Four,[6][7] which was named the Julia Miles Theater in 2004.[8][9]

WP Theater aims to empower artists who have historically been marginalized for their gender or gender expression to reach their full potential. The fundamental components of WP Theater are the Mainstage Season, the WP Lab and Pipeline Festival, and the annual Women of Achievement Awards gala.

WP Theater artist alumni include Billie Allen, Anne Bogart, Pearl Cleage, Eve Ensler, María Irene Fornés, Pam MacKinnon, Dominique Morisseau, Lynn Nottage, Joyce Carol Oates, Diane Paulus, Sarah Ruhl, Anna Deavere Smith, and Rebecca Taichman.[10]

Actors who have performed in WP Theater productions include Tony Award winners and nominees Michael Cerveris, Kathleen Chalfant, Colleen Dewhurst, Tammy Grimes, Cherry Jones, Tonya Pinkins, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Thomas Sadoski, and Frances Sternhagen, Academy Award winners and nominees Linda Hunt, Kim Hunter, and Mary McDonnell, and Emmy Award winners and nominees Ruby Dee, America Ferrera, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jimmy Smits, and John Spencer. Other actors who have performed in WP Theater productions include Adrienne C. Moore, Pedro Pascal, and Tracie Thoms.

Alumni of the WP Lab include JoAnne Akalaitis, Tea Alagić, Rachel Chavkin, Quíara Alegria Hudes, and Anne Kauffman. Many Lab alumni have served as Artistic Directors at other theater companies, including Akalaitis (New York Shakespeare Festival and the Public Theater), Emily Mann (McCarter Theatre), and Carey Perloff (A.C.T.).[11][12][13]

WP Theater founder Julia Miles died March 18, 2020.[14][15]

ProductionsEdit

Since 1978, WP Theater has produced more than 600 Off-Broadway plays and developmental projects and has partnered with a number of other New York theater companies for co-productions, including Playwrights Horizons and The New Group. Often, WP Theater produces plays that are New York premieres or world premieres. These include Bright Half Life written by Tanya Barfield and directed by Leigh Silverman, Stuffed by Lisa Lampanelli, Or, by Liz Duffy Adams, and Virginia Woolf's only play, Freshwater, directed by Anne Bogart.

WP Theater's first production was Choices, a one-woman show that was adapted from the works of Colette, Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Parker, Gertrude Stein, Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, and Joan Didion, amongst others. It was conceived by writer Patricia Bosworth and adapted by Bosworth, director Caymichael Patten, and actress Lily Lodge. Choices ran from November 30 to December 17, 1978, in the American Place Theatre basement. Julia Miles said the production "explores the choices that women have. Hopefully, there are now more of those choices and women are more definite about what they are." After the production opened, Mel Gussow of The New York Times wrote, " Choices serves as a brief introduction to the artistic energy of literary women. Given the variety of versatile people who are engaged in the 'Women's Project', we look forward to the plays, playwrights, and directors that should emerge from the American Place."[16]

In 1981, WP Theater produced Still Life, a documentary-style play about the aftermath of the Vietnam War written and directed by Emily Mann. The production featured Mary McDonnell, Timothy Near, and John Spencer and earned four Obie Awards, including the award for Best Production.

One of WP Theater’s most heralded productions is A...My Name is Alice, a revue of songs and sketches conceived and directed by Julianne Boyd and Joan Micklin Silver. The production earned the Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Revue in the 1983/84 season and featured songs and scenes penned by Cassandra Medley, Winnie Holzman, Marta Kauffman, Anne Meara, and others.

WP Theater has worked closely with Cuban-American playwright, María Irene Fornés, since its inception. Fornés, a Pulitzer Prize nominee and nine-time Obie Award winner, is known for her avant-garde and experimental plays. WP Theater has produced three Fornés plays, including Abingdon Square, which earned the 1988 Obie for Best New American Play.[17]

The LabEdit

The Lab is a two-year residency for female-identified playwrights, directors, and producers. Members of the Lab are selected through a highly competitive application and interview process. The Lab provides its members with a vital professional network, entrepreneurial and leadership training, rehearsal space, and opportunities for the development and production of bold new work for the stage.

The Lab began as the Directors Forum, created in 1983. In 1992, WP added the Playwrights Lab. The Producers Lab was added in 2006 to enhance the collaborative nature of the residency.

The Lab has two main goals: to cultivate the work of the participating artists and to give them the tools they need to succeed in the industry. In addition to developing their own unique work, Lab artists collaboratively create a culminating residency production. Since 2016, Lab members’ work has been showcased at the biennial Pipeline Festival. For the month-long Pipeline Festival, groups of three—one writer, one director, and one producer—come together to collaborate on a piece.[18]

Prior to 2016, Lab members would devise new work, showcased in a production at the end of the residency term. These productions include The Architecture of Becoming (2014), We Play for the Gods (2012), Global Cooling: The Women Chill (2009), Corporate Carnival (2008), and Girls Just Wanna Have Fund$ (2007).[19][20][21]

Prior to 2004, the Lab did not function on a two-year rotation.

Under the auspices of WP Theater, the 2008/2010 Lab Playwrights published Out of Time and Place, a two-volume anthology of plays, including contributions from 11 Lab playwrights and an introduction by Theresa Rebeck.[22]

Many Lab artists continue to work together long after their official residency ends, and WP Theater continues to advocate for its Lab alumnae by brokering agents, providing references, and submitting their work to theaters around the country. WP Theater also hires many Lab artists for main stage productions.

WP Lab alumnaeEdit

Lab years Playwrights Directors Producers
2016–2018 Donnetta Lavinia Grays Melissa Crespo Roxanna Barrios
MJ Kaufman Morgan Gould Sally Cade Holmes
Sylvia Khoury Ellie Heyman Nidia Medina
Zoe Sarnak Tyne Rafaeli Laura Ramadei
Leah Nanako Winkler Mo Zhou Yuvika Tolani
2014–2016 Sarah Burgess Adrienne Campbell-Holt Pearl Hodiwala
Monet Hurst-Mendoza Sarah Krohn Rachel Karpf Reidy
Martyna Majok Lee Sunday Evans Kristen Luciani
Riti Sachdeva Danya Taymor Liz Olson
Susan Soon He Stanton Tamilla Woodard Rachel Sussman
2012–2014 Kara Lee Corthron Elena Araoz Deadria Harrington
Sarah Gancher Lydia Fort Jane Jung
Virginia Grise Lauren Keating Meropi Peponides
Dipika Guha Lila Neugebauer Aktina Stathaki
Lauren Yee Lily Whitsitt Lanie Zipoy
2010–2012 Alexandra Collier Tea Alagić Liz English
Charity Henson-Ballard Jessi Hill Manda Martin
Andrea Kuchlewska Sarah Rasmussen Roberta Pereira
Dominique Morisseau Mia Rovegno Stephanie Ybarra
Kristen Palmer Nicole A. Watson
Melisa Tien
Stefanie Zadravec
2008–2010 Bekah Brunstetter Gisela Cardenas Diane Alianiello
Carla Ching Heidi Carlsen Amanda Berkowitz
Alexis Clements Rachel Chavkin Heather Cohn
Nadia Davids Linsay Firman Jennifer Conley Darling
Laura Eason Susanna Gellert Aimee Davis
Christine Evans Dyana Kimball Amanda Feldman
Charity Henson-Ballard Wendy McClellan Marissa Rosenblum
Kara Manning Alice Reagan Allegra Schorr
Lynn Rosen Gaye Taylor Upchurch Catherine Taylor-Williams
Crystal Skillman Donya K. Washington
Andrea Thome
2006–2008 Andrea Ciannavei May Adrales Leigh Goldenberg
Christina Gorman Lear DeBessonet Maria Goyanes
Katori Hall Gia Forakis Karen Grenke
Andrea Lepcio Jyana S. Gregory Amy Kaissar
Megan Mostyn-Brown Meredith McDonough Maggie Lauren
Molly Rice Lisa Rothe Patricia McNamara
Peggy Stafford Daniella Topol Victoria Murray Beatin
Saviana Stănescu Kara-Lynn Vaeni Linda Powell
Joy Tomasko Meiyin Wang Allison Prouty
Kathryn Walat Kim Weild Bridgette Wimberly
2004–2006 Zakiyyah Alexander Susanne Agins
Keli Garrett Shelley Butler
Quíara Alegria Hudes Meredith McDonough
Cheri Magid Shannon Rose Marie O'Donnell
Megan Mostyn-Brown Teresa K. Pond
Cybele Pascal Lauren M. Rosen
Sonya Sobieski Lisa Rothe
Saviana Stănescu Linnet Taylor
Kathryn Walat Daniella Topol

Playwrights Lab members 1992–2004Edit

Directors Lab/Directors Forum members 1983–2004Edit

  • Joyce Aaron
  • Josephine Abady
  • JoAnne Akalaitis
  • Merry Alderman
  • Billie Allen
  • Marcella Andre
  • Cecelia Antoinette
  • Marcy Arlin
  • Alexandra Aron
  • Linda Atkinson
  • Julie Fei-Fan Balzer
  • Mirra Bank
  • Lisa Barnes
  • Sue Batchelor
  • Jessica Bauman
  • Meghan Beals
  • Alma Becker
  • Suzanne Bennett
  • Melia Bensussen
  • Jackie Berger
  • Randee Mia Berman
  • Hilary Blecher
  • Donna Tomas Bond
  • Robin Bowers
  • Julianne Boyd
  • Veronica Brady
  • Yanna Kroyt Brandt
  • Celia Braxton
  • Margot Brier
  • Brooke Brod
  • Page Burkholder
  • Carolyn Cantor
  • Juliette Carrillo
  • Laurie Carlos
  • Kay Carney
  • Lenora Champagne
  • Allyn Chandler
  • Tisa Chang
  • Linda Chapman
  • Linda Cholodenko
  • Nancy S. Chu
  • Marya Cohn
  • Michelle Coleman
  • Beatriz Cordoba
  • Lee Costello
  • Sarah Davie
  • Diane L. Dawson
  • Lenore DeKoven
  • Heather de Michele
  • Peg Denithorne
  • Judy Dennis
  • Liz Diamond
  • Toni Dorfman
  • Annie Dorsen
  • Imani Douglas
  • Anne D'Zmura
  • Mary Beth Easley
  • April-Dawn Gladu
  • Carol Goodheart
  • Andra Gordon
  • Jennifer Uphoff Gray
  • Monika Gross
  • Robin Guarino
  • Denise Hamilton
  • Dana Iris Harrel
  • Ludovica Villar Hausar
  • Yvette Hawkins
  • Rosemary Hay
  • Catherine M. Head
  • Elizabeth A. Herron
  • Amy Holston
  • Beth Howard
  • Lisa Jackson
  • Meachie Jones
  • Melanie Joseph
  • Zoya Kachadurian
  • Mia Katigbak
  • Sonoko Kawahara
  • Anne Kauffman
  • Rasa Allan Kazlas
  • Francoise Kourilsky
  • Rachel Kranz
  • Ari Laura Kreith
  • Kati Kuroda
  • Mahayana Landowne
  • Renee LaTulippe
  • Sue Lawless
  • Susan Leaming
  • Sondra Lee
  • Karen Lordi
  • Kathryn Long
  • Karen Ludwig
  • Jill Mackavey
  • Pam MacKinnon
  • Emily Mann
  • Jamie Marcu
  • Elysa Marden
  • Marya Mazor
  • Tricia McDermott
  • Kate Mennone
  • Maria Mileaf
  • Mary Louise Miller
  • Vernice P. Miller
  • Kym Moore
  • Isis Saratial Misdary
  • Kathryn Moroney
  • Ariel Julia Nazarian
  • Timothy Near
  • Renfreu Neff
  • Deborah Nitzberg
  • Gail Noppe-Brandon
  • Elisabeth Omilami
  • Sharon Ott
  • Sheila Page
  • Shirley Parkinson
  • Passion
  • Rebecca Patterson
  • Carey Perloff
  • Livia Perez
  • Victoria Pero
  • Lisa Peterson
  • Renee Philippi
  • Lynn Polan
  • Joanne Pottlitzer
  • Kate Powers
  • June Pyskacek
  • Shelly Raffle
  • Lisandra Maria Ramos
  • Elinor Renfield
  • Nancy Rhodes
  • Joumana Rizk
  • Mary Robinson
  • Nancy Rogers
  • Barbara Rosoff
  • Bevya Rosten
  • June Rovenger
  • Susan Rowlands
  • Barbara Rubin
  • Deborah Saivetz
  • Eva Saks
  • Nancy Salomon
  • Amy Saltz
  • Kristen Sanderson
  • Elyse Singer
  • Lynne Singer
  • Anna Deavere Smith
  • Elaine Smith
  • Shelley Souza
  • Hilary Spector
  • Maurya Swanson
  • Judy Stewart
  • Shilarna Stokes
  • Alison Summers
  • Sarah Cameron Sunde
  • Melanie Sutherland
  • Carol Tanzman
  • Lynne Taylor-Corbett
  • Beatrice Terry
  • Joan Vail Thorne
  • Laura Tichler
  • Virlana Tkacz
  • Susana Tubert
  • Ching Valdez-Aran
  • Valeria Vasilevski
  • Jean Wagner
  • Marianne Weems
  • Claudia Weill
  • Adrienne Weiss
  • Iona Weissberg
  • Helen White
  • Melanie White
  • B.J. Whiting
  • Julia Whitworth
  • Maurya Wickstrom
  • Rachel Wineberg
  • Bryna Wortman
  • Evan Yiounoulis
  • Gloria Zelaya
  • Alison Eve Zell

Women of Achievement AwardsEdit

Each year, WP Theater recognizes the extraordinary accomplishments of women from the worlds of entertainment, business, and philanthropy at the Women of Achievement Awards Gala. Since 1986, WP Theater has paid homage to dozens of women who have taken risks, pushed limits, and broken ground in a variety of fields. The event is typically emceed by a female celebrity, with a variety of performances and appearances by other artists. Past recipients of the Women of Achievement Award include Maya Angelou, Katie Couric, Whoopi Goldberg, Billie Jean King, Chita Rivera, and Gloria Steinem.[23]

Women of Achievement Award recipientsEdit

Year Recipients
2017 Debra Messing, Ann M. Sarnoff
2016 Martha Plimpton, Jenna Segal, Trudie Styler
2015 Tyne Daly, Stephanie George, Carolyn Tastad
2014 Sharon Bush, Arianna Huffington, Joan Vail Thorne
2013 Joanna Coles, Helen Gurley Brown (posthumously), Donna Kalajian Lagani, Sheila Nevins, Charlotte St. Martin
2012 Thia Breen, Liz Duffy Adams, Barbara Goldsmith, Cornelia Guest
2011 Bonnie Pfeifer Evans, Mindy Grossman, Bebe Neuwirth
2010 Laurie Anderson, Joan Osborne, Suzanne Vega
2009 Lucia Hwong Gordon, Estelle Parsons, Susan K. Reed, Susan Sobbott
2008 Iris Cantor, Laurie Tucker, Kerry Washington
2007 Eve Ensler, Kathy Hilton, Vivienne Tam
2006 Francine LeFrak, Susan Lucci, Muriel Siebert
2005 Adrien Arpel, Mariska Hargitay, Caroline Hirsch, Emily Mann, Frances Sternhagen
2004 Robin Burns, Donna Murphy, Gail Sheehy, Susan Wadsworth
2003 Bobbi Brown, Tina Chen, Chita Rivera, Isabelle Stevenson
2002 Julie Harris, Phylicia Rashad, Nina Zagat
2001 Evelyn Cunningham, Audra McDonald, Laura Pels, Twyla Tharp, Irene Worth, Eugenia Zukerman
2000 Lauren Bacall, Carole Black, Ruby Dee, Joan Didion
1999 Dame Judi Dench, Patricia Fili-Krushel, Vanessa Redgrave, Susan L. Taylor
1998 Dr. Maya Angelou, Sallie Bingham, Whoopi Goldberg, Julia Miles
1997 Stockard Channing, Annette Green, Marilyn Horne, Rosie O’Donnell
1996 Zoe Caldwell, Camille Cosby, Elinor Guggenheimer, Pat Schoenfeld
1995 Blair Brown, Katie Couric, Donna Hanover, Yue-Sai Kan
1994 Linda Fairstein, Sherry Lansing, Lily Tomlin, Evelyn Lauder
1993 Tina Brown, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Cicely Tyson, Barbara Walters
1992 Linda Ellerbee, Nora Ephron, Jessica Lange, Annie Leibovitz, Bette Bao Lord
1991 Ellen Futter, Donna Karan, Anna Quindlen, Susan Sarandon, Faye Wattleton
1990 Imogene Coca, Suzanne Farrell, Mother Clara Hale, Kathleen Turner
1989 Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jewell Jackson McCabe, Gloria Steinem, Kaity Tong, Wendy Wasserstein
1988 Betty Allen, Diane Coffey, Glenda Jackson, Dr. Mathilde Krim, Diane Sawyer
1987 Betty Friedan, Judith Jamison, Toni Morrison, Beverly Sills, Jessica Tandy
1986 Colleen Dewhurst, María Irene Fornés, Billie Jean King-Blackman, Lucille Lortel, Ruth Mayleas

Full production historyEdit

Season Title Writer and director Cast Location Notes
2017–2018 The Pipeline Festival 2018 Writers: Donnetta Lavinia Grays • MJ Kaufman • Sylvia Khoury • Zoe Sarnak • Leah Nanako Winkler

Directors: Melissa Crespo • Morgan Gould • Ellie Heyman • Tyne Rafaeli • Mo Zhou

Producers: Roxanna Barrios • SallyCade Holmes • Nidia Medina • Laura Ramadei • Yuvika Tolani

Kara Arena, Jordon Bolden, Zeniba Britt, May Calamawy, AnnEliza Canning-Skinner, Chaelon Costello, Bjorn DuPaty, Hennessy, Katie Lee Hill, Tia James, Esco Jouléy, Chalia La Tour, January LaVoy, Eve Lindley, Keren Lugo, Nikki Massoud, Ben Mayne, Pooya Mohseni, Laith Nakli, Bailey Roper, Max Sheldon, Futaba Shioda, Sathya Sridhara, Morgan Sullivan, Babak Tafti, Angela Travino, Michelle Veintimilla, Jade Wu WP Theater New York premiere
2017–2018 [PORTO] By Kate Benson, directed by Lee Sunday Evans Noel Joseph Allain, Kate Benson, Ugo Chukwu, Jorge Cordova, Leah Karpel, Julia Sirna-Frest WP Theater Off-Broadway premiere, a co-production with The Bushwick Starr, in association with New Georges
2017–2018 What We're Up Against By Theresa Rebeck, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt Skylar Astin, Marg Helgenberger, Jim Parrack, Krysta Rodriguez, Damian Young WP Theater Off-Broadway premiere, by special arrangement with Segal NYC Productions
2017–2018 One Night Only (Running As Long As We Can) Created by Monica Bill Barnes, Anna Bass and Robert Saenz de Viteri Monica Bill Barnes, Anna Bass, Robert Saenz de Viteri WP Theater World premiere, Monica Bill Barnes & Company

in association with New Neighborhood

2016–2017 Sundown, Yellow Moon By Rachel Bonds, music and lyrics by The Bengsons, directed by Anne Kauffman Eboni Booth, Lilli Cooper, Peter Friedman, Greg Keller, Anne L. Nathan, Michael Pemberton, JD Taylor WP Theater World premiere, co-production with Ars Nova
2016–2017 Stuffed By Lisa Lampanelli, directed by Jackson Gay Ann Harada, Zainab Jah, Lisa Lampanelli, Jessica Luck WP Theater World premiere
2015–2016 The Pipeline Festival 2016 Playwrights: Sarah Burgess, Monet Hurst-Mendoza, Martyna Majok, Riti Sachdeva, Susan Soon He Stanton

Directors: Adrienne Campbell-Holt, Lee Sunday Evans, Sarah Krohn, Danya Taymor, Tamilla Woodard

Producers: Pearl Hodiwala, Rachel Karpf Reidy, Kristen Luciani, Liz Olson, & Rachel Sussman

Sofiya Akilova, Dahlia Azama, Farah Bala, Purva Bedi, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Soraya Broukhim, Tommy Crawford, Damon Daunno, Edward Hajj, Dariush Kashani, Teresa Avia Lim, Jessica Love, Paola Lázaro, Marjan Neshat, Larry Pine, Amanda Quaid, Ana Reeder, Kate Rigg, Charles Socarides, Andrea Syglowski, Matthew Van Oss, Rita Wolf WP Theater New York premiere
2015–2016 Ironbound By Martyna Majok, directed by Daniella Topol Josiah Bania, Shiloh Fernandez, Marin Ireland, Morgan Spector Rattlestick Playwrights Theater New York premiere, Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Actress, co-production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
2015–2016 Dear Elizabeth By Sarah Ruhl, directed by Kate Whoriskey Becky Ann Baker, David Aaron Baker, Kathleen Chalfant, Rinde Eckert, Cherry Jones, Mia Katigbak, Ellen McLaughlin, Polly Noonan, Peter Scolari, J. Smith-Cameron, John Douglas Thompson, Harris Yulin WP Theater New York premiere
2014–2015 The Undeniable Sound of Right Now By Laura Eason, directed by Kirsten Kelly Daniel Abeles, Jeb Brown, Chris Kipiniak, Brian Miskell, Margo Seibert, Lusia Strus Rattlestick Playwrights Theater World premiere, co-production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
2014–2015 Bright Half Life By Tanya Barfield, directed by Leigh Silverman Rebecca Henderson, Rachael Holmes New York City Center Stage II World premiere
2014–2015 A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes By Kate Benson, directed by Lee Sunday Evans Jessica Almasy, Gerry Bamman, Christian Felix, Nina Hellman, Brooke Ishibashi, Mia Katigbak, Kristine Haruna Lee, Hubert Point-Du Jour, Heather Alicia Simms, Ben Williams New York City Center Stage II Obie Award Special Citation, New Georges in association with WP Theater
2014–2015 When January Feels Like Summer By Cori Thomas, directed by Daniella Topol Dion Graham, Mahira Kakkar, Carter Redwood, Debargo Sanyal, & Maurice Williams Ensemble Studio Theatre Co-production with Ensemble Studio Theatre
2013–2014 The Most Deserving By Catherine Trieschmann, directed by Shelley Butler Veanne Cox, Kristin Griffith, Adam LeFevre, Jennifer Lim, Daniel Pearce, Ray Anthony Thomas New York City Center Stage II New York premiere
2013–2014 The Architecture of Becoming Conceived & created by the 2012–2014 WP Lab: Elena Araoz, Kara Lee Corthron, Lydia Fort, Sarah Gancher, Virginia Grise, Dipika Guha, Deadria Harrington, Jane Jung, Lauren Keating, Meropi Peponides, Aktina Stathaki, Lauren Yee, Lanie Zipoy Claudia Acosta, Vanessa Kai, Christopher Livingston, Jon Norman Schneider, Danielle Skraastad New York City Center Stage II World premiere
2013–2014 Row After Row By Jessica Dickey, directed by Daniella Topol Rosie Benton, Erik Lochtefeld, PJ Sosko New York City Center Stage II World premiere
2012–2013 Collapse By Allison Moore, directed by Jackson Gay Nadia Bowers, Hannah Cabell, Maurice McRae, Elliot Villar New York City Center Stage II New York premiere
2012–2013 Jackie By Elfriede Jelinek, directed by Tea Alagić, Translated by Gitta Honegger Tina Benko New York City Center Stage II North American premiere
2012–2013 Bethany By Laura Marks, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch Emily Ackerman, America Ferrera, Kristin Griffith, Ken Marks, Tobias Segal, Myra Lucretia Taylor New York City Center Stage II World premiere
2011–2012 We Play for the Gods Conceived & created by the 2010–2012 WP Lab: Charity Ballard, Alexandra Collier, Elizabeth R. English, Jessi D. Hill, Andrea Kuchlewska, Dominique Morisseau, Kristen Palmer, Sarah Rasmussen, Mia Rovegno, Melisa Tien, Nicole A. Watson, Stephanie Ybarra & Stefanie Zadravec Annie Golden, Amber Gray, Alexandra Henrikson, Irene Sofia Lucio, Erika Rolfsrud Cherry Lane Theater World premiere
2011–2012 How the World Began By Catherine Trieschmann, directed by Daniella Topol Justin Kruger, Adam LeFevre, Heidi Schreck Peter Jay Sharp Theater New York premiere, Produced in association with South Coast Repertory, Recipient of a 2011 Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award
2011–2012 Milk Like Sugar By Kirsten Greenidge, directed by Rebecca Taichman Cherise Boothe, Angela Lewis, Nikiya Mathis, LeRoy McClain, J. Mallory McCree, Adrienne C. Moore, Tonya Pinkins Peter Jay Sharp Theater Co-Produced by Playwrights Horizons & La Jolla Playhouse, Obie Awards: Playwriting-Kristen Greenidge, Performance-Cherise Boothe
2010–2011 Room Based on the writings of Virginia Woolf, directed by Anne Bogart, Adapted by Jocelyn Clarke Ellen Lauren Julia Miles Theater
2010–2011 Apple Cove By Lynn Rosen, directed by Giovanna Sardelli Paul Carlin, Erin Gann, Allison Mack, Dion Mucciacito, Kathy Searle Julia Miles Theater New York premiere
2009–2010 Lascivious Something By Sheila Callaghan, directed by Daniella Topol Rob Campbell, Dana Eskelson, Ronete Levenson, Elisabeth Waterston Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2009–2010 Smudge By Rachel Axler, directed by Pam MacKinnon Cassie Beck, Greg Keller, Brian Sgambati Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2009–2010 Or, By Liz Duffy Adams, directed by Wendy McClellan Kelly Hutchinson, Andy Paris, Maggie Siff Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2008–2009 Global Cooling: The Women Chill Conceived & created by the 2008–2010 WP Lab: Bekah Brunstetter, Alexis Clements, Charity Henson-Ballard, Kara Manning, Lynn Rosen, Crystal Skillman, Andrea Thome, Heidi Carlsen, Linsay Firman, Susanna Gellert, Wendy McClellan, Donya K. Washington Diane Alianiello, Heather Cohn, Jennifer Conley Darling, Aimee Davis, Amanda Feldman, Marissa Rosenblum & Allegra Schorr, musical direction by Matt Castle, choreography by Elizabeth Montgomery, visual art installation by Annie Boyden Varnot & Elizabeth Ferrer B. Brian Argotsinger, Casey Boyle, Addie Brownlee, Jorge Cordova, Kibibi Dillon, Danielle Famble, Richard Gallagher, Laura Gilbert, Rebecca Henderson, Sarah Hillmon, Beth Kirkpatrick, Julie Kline, Toby Knops, Russell Stuart Lilie, Rebecca Lingafelter, Bryony Lucas, Dominique Morisseau, Ned Noyes, Lance Olds, Allie Pfeffer, Haas Regen, Angel R. Rodriguez, Phoebe Rose Sandford, Myxolydia World Financial Center World premiere co-presented by arts>World Financial Center
2008–2009 Freshwater By Virginia Woolf, directed by Anne Bogart Akiko Aizawa, Gian-Murray Gianino, Ellen Lauren, Kelly Maurer, Tom Nelis, Barney O’Hanlon, Stephen Duff Webber Julia Miles Theater World premiere co-produced with SITI Company
2008–2009 Aliens with Extraordinary Skills By Saviana Stănescu, directed by Tea Alagić Shirine Babb, Seth Fisher, Gian-Murray Gianino, Kevin Isola, Jessica Pimentel, Marnye Young Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2007–2008 Corporate Carnival Conceived & Created by Megan E. Carter, Julie Crosby, Jyana S. Gregory & the Performers, directed by Jyana S. Gregory, Text by Andy Paris David Anzuelo, Karen Grenke, Andrew Grusetskie, Andy Paris, Richard Saudek, Meghan Williams, Lisa Rafaela Clair, Prudence Heyert, Megan Raye Manzi, Austin Sanders, Jeff Wills World Financial Center World premiere co-presented by arts>World Financial Center
2007–2008 Crooked By Catherine Trieschmann, directed by Liz Diamond Betsy Aidem, Carmen M. Herlihy, Cristin Milioti Julia Miles Theater American premiere
2007–2008 Sand By Trista Baldwin, directed by Daniella Topol Alec Beard, Angela Lewis, Pedro Pascal Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2006–2007 Girls Just Wanna Have Fund$ Conceived & created by the 2006–2008 WP Lab: May Adrales, Gia Forakis, Leigh Goldenberg, Christina Gorman, Maria Goyanes, Jyana Gregory, Karen Grenke, Katori Hall, Amy Kaissar Andrea Lepcio, Patricia McNamara, Linda Powell, Molly Rice, Saviana Stanescu, Joy Tomasko & Kim Weild Chriselle Almeida, Addie Brownlee, Davina Cohen, Ginger Eckert, Edwina Findley, LeeAnne Hutchison, Khris Lewin, Anthony Manna, KK Moggie, Sara Moore, Dominique Morisseau, Sarah Murphy, Tamilla Woodard World Financial Center World premiere co-presented by arts>World Financial Center
2006–2007 Transfigures Conceived & Directed by Lear deBessonet, Text by Bathsheba Doran, Charles Mee, Erin Sax Seymour, Russell Shorto, Joan of Arc & Henrik Ibsen, Choreographed by Andrea Haenggi David Adkins, Dylan Dawson, Juliana Francis, Nate Schenkkan, T. Ryder Smith, Marguerite Stimpson Julia Miles Theater
2006–2007 Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen By Kathryn Walat, directed by Loretta Greco Jessi Campbell, Zachary Booth, Adam Farabee, Tobias Segal, Matthew Stadelmann Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2005–2006 The Cataract By Lisa D’Amour, directed by Katie Pearl Vanessa Aspillaga, Barnaby Carpenter, Tug Coker, Kelly McAndrew Julia Miles Theater New York premiere
2005–2006 Jump/Cut By Neena Beber, directed by Leigh Silverman Michi Barall, Luke Kirby, Thomas Sadoski Julia Miles Theater New York premiere
2004–2005 Inky By Rinne Groff, directed by Loretta Greco Jessi Campbell, Marianne Hagan, Jason Pugatch, Elizabeth Schweitzer Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2004–2005 Best of Both Worlds Book & lyrics by Randy Weiner, music by Diedre Murray, co-written and directed by Diane Paulus Jeannette Bayardelle, Ronnell Bey, William Scott Davison, Shaun Hoggs, Charles R. King, Jr., Griffin Matthews, Kenita R. Miller, Richard E. Waits Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2004–2005 Antigone Project By Tanya Barfield, Karen Hartman, Chiori Miyagawa, Lynn Nottage & Caridad Svich, directed by Annie Dorsen, Dana I. Harrel, Anne Kauffman, Barbara Rubin & Liesl Tommy Joey Collins, Angel Desai, Jeanine Serralles, Desean Terry, April Yvette Thompson, Tracie Thoms Julia Miles Theater World premiere
2003–2004 William Wharton’s Birdy Adapted for the stage by Naomi Wallace, directed by Lisa Peterson Richard Bekins, Teagle F. Bougere, Zachary Knighton, Adam Rothenberg, Ted Schneider, Peter Stadlen Julia Miles Theater
2003–2004 Touch By Toni Press-Coffman, directed by Loretta Greco Michele Ammon, Matthew Del Negro, Tom Everett Scott, Yetta Gottesman Julia Miles Theater
2002–2003 Cheat By Julie Jensen, directed by Joan Vail Thorne Lucy Deakins, Shayna Ferm, Kevin O’Rourke, Karen Young Julia Miles Theater
2002–2003 The Women of Lockerbie By Deborah Brevoort, directed by Scott Elliott Kathleen Doyle, Judith Ivey, Angela Pietropinto, Larry Pine, Kristen Sieh, Jenny Sterlin, Adam Trese The Theater at St. Clements World premiere, co-production with The New Group
2001–2002 Carson McCullers (Historically Inaccurate) By Sarah Schulman, directed by Marion McClinton Jenny Bacon, Michi Barall, Rosalyn Coleman, Barbara Eda-Young, Leland Gantt, Tim Hopper, Ben Shenkman, Rick Stear, Anne Torsiglieri Julia Miles Theater Co-produced with Playwrights Horizons
2000–2001 O Pioneers! Adaptation and lyrics by Darrah Cloud, from the novel by Willa Cather, music by Kim D. Sherman, directed by Richard Corley Beth Bartley, Corey Behnke, Todd Cerveris, Elliot Dash, Joe Domencic, Michael Thomas Holmes, Matt Hoverman, Grace Hsu, Greg Jackson, Royden Mills, Evan Robertson, Erika Rolfsrud, Michele Tauber, Jonathan Uffelman Julia Miles Theater
2000–2001 Saint Lucy's Eyes By Bridgette A. Wimberly, directed by Billie Allen Ruby Dee, Willis Burks II, Toks Olagundoye, Sally A. Stewart Julia Miles Theater
2000–2001 Leaving Queens Book and lyrics by Kate Moira Ryan, music by Kim D. Sherman, directed by Allison Narver Alexander Bonnin, Sean Dooley, Jim Jacobson, Paul Niebanck, Cynthia Sophiea, Barbara Tirrell, Alice Vienneau Julia Miles Theater
2000–2001 Hard Feelings By Neena Beber, directed by Maria Mileaf Guy Boyd, Mary Fogarty, Kate Jennings Grant, Pamela Gray, Seana Kofoed Julia Miles Theater
1999–2000 Two-Headed By Julie Jensen, directed by Joan Vail Thorne Lizbeth Mackay, Deirdre O’Connell Julia Miles Theater
1999–2000 Our Place in Time By Clare Coss, directed by Bryna Wortman Gina Bardwell, Elizabeth Hess, Jacqueline Knapp, Norman Maxwell Julia Miles Theater
1999–2000 Gum By Karen Hartman, directed by Loretta Greco Firdous Bamji, Angel Desai, Lizan Mitchell, Juan Rivera-Lebrón, Daphne Rubin-Veg Julia Miles Theater
1998–1999 The Exact Center of the Universe By Joan Vail Thorne, directed by John Tillinger Frances Sternhagen, Reed Birney, Bethel Leslie, Marge Redmond, Tracy Thorne Julia Miles Theater
1998–1999 The Chemistry of Change By Marlane Meyer, directed by Lisa Peterson Carlin Glynn, Christopher Innvar, Hamish Linklater, Larry Pine, Barry Del Sherman, Jodi Thelen, Brenda Wehle Julia Miles Theater Co-produced with Playwrights Horizons
1998–1999 The Knee Desires the Dirt By Julie Hébert, directed by Susana Tubert Reed Birney, Lynn Cohen, Al Espinosa, Barbara Gulan, Sarah Rose Julia Miles Theater
1997–1998 The Summer in Gossensass Written and directed by María Irene Fornés Daniel Blinkoff, Joseph Goodrich, Molly Powell, Clea Rivera, Valda Setterfield Judith Anderson Theater World premiere
1997–1998 Phaedra in Delirium By Susan Yankowitz, directed by Alison Summers Kathleen Chalfant, Peter Jay Fernandez, Sandra Shipley 13th Street Theater Co-produced with Classic Stage Company
1997–1998 The Water Children By Wendy MacLeod, directed by David Petrarca Elizabeth Bunch, Kevin Isola, Deirdre Lovejoy, Wendy Makkena, Michael Mastro, Joyce Reehling, Robert Sella, Jonathan Walker Playwrights Horizons Studio Theater Co-produced with Playwrights Horizons
1996–1997 Under a Western Sky By Amparo Garcia, directed by Loretta Greco Irma Bello, Gilbert Cruz, Sol Miranda, Felix Solis INTAR Theatre Co-produced with INTAR Theatre
1996–1997 TerraIncognita Written and directed by María Irene Fornés Jennifer Alagna, Lawrence Craig, John Muriello, Matthew Perri, Candace Rogers-O’Connor INTAR Theatre World premiere, co-produced with INTAR Theatre
1996–1997 Go Go Go Written by Juliana Francis, directed by Anne Bogart Juliana Francis PS 122
1995–1996 Crocodiles in the Potomac By Wendy Belden, directed by Suzanne Bennett Firdous Bamji, Brad Bellamy, Gretchen Egolf, Kristin Griffith, Tristine Skyler Theatre Row
1995–1996 The Big Window By Kate Browne, music by Linda Dowdell, directed by Joan Vail Thorne Brian Anderson, Ron Bagden, Charles Fornara, Kay Gaynor, Karen Goldfeder, Kim Grogg, Adam Marshall, Kate Mayfield, Elinore O’Connell, Joyce Sozen
1994–1995 The Last Girl Singer By Deborah Grace Winer, directed by Charles Maryan Kelly Bishop, Charlotte Maier, Bill Tatum Kampo Cultural Center
1994–1995 Why We Have a Body By Claire Chafee, directed by Evan Yionoulis Jayne Atkinson, Trish Hawkins, Deborah Hedwall, Nancy Hower Judith Anderson Theater
1993–1994 The Autobiography of Aiken Fiction By Kate Moira Ryan, directed by Adrienne Weiss Drew Barr, Julie Dretzin, Jennifer Dundas, Sylvia Gassell, Cristine McMurdo-Wallis Samuel Beckett Theater
1993–1994 Black By Joyce Carol Oates, directed by Tom Palumbo Kristin Griffith, Jonathan Earl Peck, John Wojda INTAR Theatre
1993–1994 Eating Chicken Feet By Kitty Chen, directed by Kati Kuroda Christine Campbell, Wai Ching Ho, Mary Lee, Ben Lin, Liana Pai, Steve Park, Bobby Sacher Playhouse 46
1993–1994 A Melting Season By Sharon Houck Ross, directed by Mary Beth Easley, music composed and performed by Mark Bruckner Mark Bruckner, Divana Cook, Marceline Hugot, Kevin Jeffries, Dawn Litel, Colleen Quinn, E. Claude Richards, Marta Vidal Clark Studio Theatre
1992–1993 The Brooklyn Trojan Women By Carole Braverman, directed by Margot Breier Adam Barnett, Ariane Brandt, Stephanie Clayman, Joanna Merlin, Lucille Rivin 45th Street Theater
1992–1993 You Could Be Home Now Written and Performed by Ann Magnuson, Composed by Tom Judson, directed by David Schweizer Ann Magnuson Joseph Papp Public Theatre/ Martinson Hall
1992–1993 Frida: The Story of Frida Kahlo By Hilary Blecher, lyrics and monologues by Migdalia Cruz, music by Robert Rodriguez Chris Fields, William Rhodes, Helen Schneider, Byron Utley, Andrew Vareia Brooklyn Academy of Music
1991–1992 Dream of a Common Language By Heather McDonald, directed by Liz Diamond Caris Corfman, Mia Katigbak, Mary Mara, J.R. Nutt, Joseph Siravo, Rocco Sisto Judith Anderson Theater
1991–1992 Chain/The Late Bus to Mecca By Pearl Cleage, directed by Imani Karen Malina White, Claire Dorsey, Kim Yancy Judith Anderson Theater
1991–1992 Lardo Weeping Written and Performed by Terry Galloway, directed by Donna Marie Nudd Terry Galloway PS 122
1991–1992 Approximating Mother By Kathleen Tolan, directed by Gloria Muzio Mia Dillon, Shawana Kemp, Deirdre O’Connell, Tonya Pinkins, Richard Poe, Steven Ryan, Ali Thomas Judith Anderson Theater
1990–1991 Night Sky By Susan Yankowitz, directed by Joseph Chaikin Edward Baran, Tom Cayler, Joan MacIntosh, Aleta Mitchell, Paul Zimet, Lizabeth Zindel Judith Anderson Theater
1990–1991 Maggie and Misha By Gail Sheehy, directed by Julianne Boyd George Morfogen, Carol Shelly, Victor Steinbach, Ching Valdes-Aran Vineyard Theatre
1990–1991 The Encanto File and Other Short Plays Plays by Rosa Lowinger, Marlane Meyer, Sally Nemeth, Mary Sue Price, & Caridad Svich, directed by Melia Bensussen, Melanie Joseph, Susana Tubert Dana Bate, Divina Cook, Dorrie Joiner, Thomas Kopache, Wendy Lawless, Patrick McNellis, Faye M. Price, Cliff Weissman Judith Anderson Theater
1990–1991 Day Trips By Jo Carson, directed by Billie Allen Linda Atkinson, Beth Dixon, Helen Stenborg Judith Anderson Theater
1989–1990 Tales of the Lost Formicans By Constance Congdon, directed by Gordon Edelstein Michael Countryman, Noel Derecki, Lizbeth Mackay, Deirdre O’Connell, Rosemary Prinz, Fred Sanders, Edward Seamon Apple Corps Theater
1989–1990 Violent Peace By Lavonne Mueller, directed by Bryna Wortman Dennis Parlato, Jenny Robertson Apple Corps Theater
1989–1990 Mill Fire By Sally Nemeth, directed by David Petrarca Kate Buddeke, Kelly Coffield Park, Timothy Grimm, B.J. Jones, James Krag, Martha Lavey, Paul Mabon, Mary Ann Thebus, Jacqueline Williams Apple Corps Theater
1988–1989 Ladies By Eve Ensler, music by Joshua Schneider, directed by Paul Walker Margaret Barker, Denise Delapenha, Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros, Allison Janney, Marcella Lowery, Isabella Monk, Novella Nelson, Ching Valdes-Aran, Beverly Wideman The Theater at St. Clements
1988–1989 Niedecker By Kristine Thatcher, directed by Julianne Boyd Mary Diveny, Jane Fleiss, Frederick Neumann, Helen Stenborg Apple Corps Theater
1988–1989 Ma Rose By Cassandra Medley, directed by Irving Vincent Rosanna Carter, Herb Lovelle, Lizan Mitchell, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Pawnee Sills Apple Corps Theater
1987–1988 Etta Jenks By Marlane Meyer, directed by Robert Levitow Sheila Dabney, Abdul Salaam El Razzac, Carmine Iannaccone, John Nesci, Deirdre O’Connell, John Pappas, Ebbe Roe Smith, Dendrie Taylor, Ching Valdes-Aran Apple Corps Theater
1987–1988 Reverend Jenkins’ Almost All Colored Orphanage Band By Gail Kriegel, Original music and arrangements by Luther Henderson, directed by Vernel Bagneris Terri Dobins, Renee Ezell, Miranda Jennings, Jeneen Jones, Pamela Johnson, Coby Johnson, Elliot Keener, Warren Kenner, Clyde Kerr Jr., Nicholas Payton, Skip McGee, Gregory Stafford, Patrick Sturgis, Carol Sutton, Harold Sylvester, Barbara Tasker Le Petit Theatre du Vieux Carre
1987–1988 Abingdon Square Written and directed by María Irene Fornés Myra Carter, Michael Cerveris, John Cullum, Anna Levine, Madeleine Potter, John Seitz The American Place Theatre World premiere, Obie Award: Best New American Play
1987–1988 The Snicker Factory: An Evening of Political Satire Conceived and directed by Suzanne Bennett and Liz Diamond, music composed and directed by Adrienne Torf, written by Billy Aronson, William Boardman, Cynthia Cooper, Holly Hughes, Lavonne Mueller, Michael Quinn, Jack Shannon, Y. York Edward Baran, Alma Cuervo, Nancy Giles, Anderson Matthews, Joseph C. Phillips The American Place Theatre
1986–1987 Consequence By Kat Smith, directed by Alma Becker Didi Conn, Tino Juarez, Geraldine Librandi, Joan MacIntosh The American Place Theatre
1985–1986 Breaking the Prairie Wolf Code By Lavonne Mueller, directed by Liz Diamond Judith Barcroft, Robert Black, James Lally, Novella Nelson, Keliher Walsh, Tenney Walsh The American Place Theatre
1985–1986 Women Heroes: In Praise of Exceptional Women Colette in Love by Lavonne Mueller, directed by Mirra Bank; Emma Goldman by Jessica Litwak, directed by Anne Bogart; How She Played the Game by Cynthia Cooper, directed by Bryna Wortman; Millie by Susan Kander, directed by Carol Tanzman; Parallax: In Praise of Daisy Bates Written and directed by Denise Hamilton; Personality by Gina Wendkos and Ellen Ratner, directed by Gina Wendkos and Richard Press John Connolly, Shirley Knight, Jessica Litwak, Ellen Ratner, Michele Shay, Susan Stevens Samuel Beckett Theatre
1984–1985 Paducah By Sallie Bingham, directed by Joan Vail Thorne William Cain, Tammy Grimes, Laura Hicks, Carrie Nye, Lou Myers The American Place Theatre
1984–1985 Four Corners Conceived, directed and designed by Gina Wendkos, co-written by Gina Wendkos and Donna Bond Ryan Cutrona, Josh Hamilton, Margaret Harrington The American Place Theatre
1983–1984 A...My Name is Alice Conceived and directed by Joan Micklin Silver & Julianne Boyd; sketches and songs by Maggie Benson, Susan Birkenhead, David Crane, Carol Hall, Cheryl Hardwick, Georgia Holof, Winnie Holzman, Doug Katsaros, Marta Kauffman, Stephen Lawrence, Anne Meara, David Mettee, Mark Saltzman, Lucy Simon, Steve Tesich, Don Tucker, and David Zippel Roo Brown, Randy Graff, Mary Gordon Murray, Alaina Reed, Charlaine Woodard The American Place Theatre World premiere, Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Revue
1983–1984 To Heaven in a Swing and Festival of One Act Plays To Heaven in a Swing by Katharine Houghton, directed by Joan Vail Thorne; Candy & Shelley Go to the Desert by Paula Cizmar, directed by Carey Perloff; Old Wives Tale by Julie Jensen, directed by Alma Becker; The Longest Walk by Janet Thomas, directed by Claudia Weill; The Only Woman General by Lavonne Mueller, directed by Bryna Wortman; Special Family Things by Ara Watson and Mary Gallagher, directed by Page Burkholder Garrett M. Brown, Frances Chaney, Sharon Chatten, Donna Davis, Colleen Dewhurst, Sol Frieder, Lisa Goodman, Katharine Houghton, Kenna Hunt, Lois Smith, Helen Stenborg, Mary Catherine Wright The American Place Theatre
1982–1983 Territorial Rites By Carol K. Mack, directed by Josephine Abady Michael Gross, Robin Groves, Kim Hunter, Penelope Milford The American Place Theatre
1982–1983 Heart of a Dog Written and Performed by Terry Galloway, directed by Suzanne Bennett Terry Galloway The American Place Theatre
1982–1983 Little Victories By Lavonne Mueller, directed by Bryna Wortman Caroline Kava, Linda Hunt, Terrance Markovich, Bill Cwikowski, Jimmy Smits, John Griesemer, Randy Spence The American Place Theatre
1981–1982 The Brothers By Kathleen Collins, directed by Billie Allen Trazana Beverley, Leila Danette, Duane Jones, Janet League, Josephine Premice, Marie Thomas, Seret Scott The American Place Theatre
1981–1982 The Death of a Miner By Paula Cizmar, directed by Barbara Rosoff Ritch Brinkley, Dave Florek, Douglas Gower, John Griesemer, Kristen Jolliff, Steven Loring, Margaret MacLeod, Mary McDonnell, Sarah Jessica Parker, Shaw Purnell, Cotter Smith The American Place Theatre
1980–1981 Constance and the Musician Book and lyrics by Caroline Kava, music by Mel Marvin, directed by Joan Micklin Silver Jeff Brooks, Marilyn Caskey, Philip Casnoff, M’el Dowd, Caroline Kava, Mel Marvin, Stan Wilson The American Place Theatre
1980–1981 Still Life Written and directed by Emily Mann Mary McDonnell, Timothy Near, John Spencer The American Place Theatre Obie Awards: Best Production, Performance – Mary McDonnell, Performance – Timothy Near, Performance – John Spencer
1980–1981 After the Revolution By Nadja Tesich, directed by Joyce Aaron Lily Knight, Karen Ludwig, John Nesci, Will Patton, Joe Ponazecki, Ebbe Roe Smith, Lydia Stryk The American Place Theatre
1979–1980 Personals By Rose Leiman Goldemberg, directed by Julianne Boyd Cynthia Bostick, Stephen Mellor, Molly Regan The American Place Theatre
1979–1980 Milk of Paradise By Sallie Bingham, directed by Joan Vail Thorne David Bailey, Verona Barnes, Tom Brennan, Paul Carlin, Maia Danziger, Birdie M. Hale, Theresa Merritt, Annie Murray, Patricia Roe, Sylvia Short The American Place Theatre
1979–1980 Holy Places By Gail Kriegel Mallin, directed by Victoria Rue Joyce Aaron, Clifford David, Tresa Hughes, Bill Randolph The American Place Theatre
1978–1979 Letters Home By Rose Leiman Goldemberg, directed by Dorothy Silver Doris Belack, Mary McDonnell The American Place Theatre
1978–1979 Warriors from a Long Childhood By Lavonne Mueller, directed by Betsy Shevey Peter Friedman, Michael Kaufman, Peter Phillips, Mark Soper The American Place Theatre
1978–1979 Signs of Life By Joan Schenkar, directed by Esther Herbst Kathleen Chalfant, Ethan Kane Dufault, Gwyllum Evans, Kathleen Gittel, Barton Heyman, Barbara Le Brun, Nancy Mainguy, K. Lype O’Dell, Susan Stevens, Lisa Rifkin, Caroline Thomas The American Place Theatre
1978–1979 Choices Conceived by Patricia Bosworth, Adapted by Patricia Bosworth, Caymichael Patten & Lily Lodge, directed by Caymichael Patten Lily Lodge The American Place Theatre

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