Janice L. Goldberg co-wrote Rose Colored Glass with Susan Bigelow. This play, published by Samuel French, received its Off-Broadway premiere at Theatre 54 and was named as a 2009 and 2010 selection for the NEA’s Big Read Program in California and Maryland. Ms. Goldberg has directed seven other plays that were co-written with Ms. Bigelow and has directed over 75 new plays coast to coast, genre to genre. Her directing credits include Richard Hoehler's I Of the Storm Off Broadway, Carol Lempert's After Anne Frank (FringeNYC, Fringe Encores, Soho Playhouse, United Solo), Autumn Run (co-author with Susan Bigelow; SUNY Suffolk), Gary Garrison and Roland Tec's The Rubber Room (Artistic New Directions “Without A Net” series: "25 performances. 25 actors. Never the same cast twice."), Andrea Alton and Allen Warnock's Carl & Shelly, Best Friends Forever (Theatre 3, the Mint Theatre), Jeffrey Sweet's Flyovers (with Sandy Shinner of Victory Gardens, Chicago; published by Samuel French), Carol Lempert's That Dorothy Parker (The Algonquin Theatre; FringeNYC), and the premiere of Carol Hall’s The River Jordan Lamp.
Ms. Goldberg is the recipient of a Pilgrim Project Grant, a Dramatists Guild Fund Grant, a Writer/Director Residency at the Dorset Writers' Colony, VT, and has been honored for her work at NYU and the Kennedy Center College Theater Festival. She has been a guest artist/director at Johns
Hopkins, HumboldtState, Tisch Schoolof the Arts, and CAP21, NYU, among others. She wrote and
directed industrials for M&M*MARS; is a founding member of the First Look Theatre Company for NYU’s Dramatic Writing Program; and is a member of Circle East, SDC, and the
Dramatist’s Guild. Ms. Goldberg served as the National Artistic Director of JCC MaccabiArtsFest and is the Artistic Co-Director of Artistic New Directions.