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Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder,
Ann Marie Healy,
Edith L. Freni,
Elizabeth Scales Rheinfrank,
Phillip Egan Schmiedl,
Monologues, Dramatic Comedy
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"A playwright of growing downtown renown, Ms. Skillman seems to be acquiring something suspiciously Midtown: polish."
-- Andy Webster, NYTimes
CRYSTAL SKILLMAN is an award-winning Brooklyn based playwright who will make her Off-Broadway debut in summer 2017 at A.R.T./New York with a new play commission for Project Y Theater. Another Kind of Love, about a family of punk rock singers, played ... view full profile
Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder is a graduate of the dramatic writing program at New York University, where she was a Tisch Dramatic Writing Fellow.
Her plays include Gee's Bend, which was commissioned by the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and published by Samuel French. The play was the recipient of the Osborn Award given by the American Theatre Critics Association and has been produced at ASF, Denver ... view full profile
Lloyd Suh is the author of American Hwangap, The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go!, Jesus in India, Great Wall Story, The Children of Vonderly, Masha No Home and others, produced with Ma-Yi, The Play Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre, La Mama ETC, Magic Theatre (SF), Denver Center Theatre Company, East West Players (LA), and internationally at the Cultural Center of the ... view full profile
Ann Marie Healy's play Dearest Eugenia Haggis received a workshop production with Clubbed Thumb's Summerworks 2005 as well as a development reading with The Cape Cod Theater Project. Her two latest plays (When He Gets That Way and Have You Seen Steve Steven) were recently developed through the support of Soho Rep and MCC's Playwrights Coalition. Now That's What I Call A Storm was produced by Edge ... view full profile
Amy Fox has been a member of Youngblood for three years. Her plays include Summer Cyclone, Nothing Revolutionary, Heights, And Counting, Events of the World, and Fantasy Island. Summer Cyclone was produced at the Ensemble Studio Theatre Mainstage in February 2001. Amy is currently adapting Heights into a screenplay commissioned by Merchant Ivory Productions. Amy graduated from Amherst College. She ... view full profile
J. Holtham plays include: January 2nd, Creative Writing, Lovers to Bed, 11th Hour, Race Music, Household Name, Splendid, and Daylight Savings (What Happens Now). His work has been seen and developed at the Ensemble Studio Theatre (Posterity, Thicker Than Water 2001), BE Company, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Magic Theatre (San Francisco), Clubbed Thumb, the Vital Theatre, New Dramatists, ... view full profile
Mrinalini Kamath's plays have been performed around the country as well as in the United Kingdom, Australia and India. She was a semi-finalist for both the 2006 O'Neill and Seven Devils Playwrights Conferences and was Fluid Motion Theatre and Film's inaugural Start the Story commission recipient (2006). She won first place in the 2005 East West Players (Los Angeles, CA) Got Laughs? Asian-American ... view full profile
Erin Murtaugh was born and raised in New York City, and is currently working towards her MFA in Dramatic Writing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She has been a member of Youngblood since October 2000. view full profile
Elizabeth Scales Rheinfrank. A graduate of the M.F.A. Playwriting Program at Columbia University, Elizabeth Scales Rheinfrank has had plays produced by Ensemble Studio Theatre, the Women's Project & Productions, Chashama, Inc., the Culture Project, the Drilling Company, the Interart Annex, Pulse Ensemble Theatre, the Abraxxas Theatre Company, Raw Impressions Music Theatre, and Screaming Venus ... view full profile
Phillip Egan Schmiedl is a recent graduate of the Actors Studio MFA program at the New School for Social Research. He was a 1999 finalist for the Princess Grace Award. His play Roadsmoke was part of the Vital Theatre's New Works Festival in October 2000. He is a working finalist at the Actors Studio. Phil is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and now lives in New York City. view full profile
Jeremy Souleis a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He is a writer, director, and actor, and has been a member of Youngblood since 1998. His play, Heartbreak of the Last Handwriting, was featured in Thicker Than Water 2000 at the Ensemble Studio Theatre. He resides in Brooklyn. view full profile
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