Andy Bragen

Resident Playwright

2012 -- 2019

Andy Bragen’s honors include a Workspace Residency and a Process Space Residency with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Clubbed Thumb Biennial Commission, and a Jerome Fellowship. "This is My Office" was produced off-Broadway in the autumn of 2013 by The Play Company, garnering a Drama Desk Nomination for Best Solo Performance. Other plays and translations have been seen and heard at numerous theatres, including PS122, Queens Theatre in the Park, and Brown/Trinity Playwrights Rep. "Don’t You F**king Say a Word" premiered in November 2016 at 59e59 Theaters, under the direction of Lee Sunday Evans, the inaugural production of his company: Andy Bragen Theatre Projects. Andy has an MFA from Brown University.

Playwright Buzz

May 7, 2014

MOBRO at The Jazz Gallery - May 30 and 31

MOBRO, a narrative jazz chamber piece for fourteen musicians with music by John Ellis and libretto by me, will be performed at The Jazz Gallery on May 30 and 31. A studio album is coming out on May 13th. More info is available on our website: www.mobromusic.com.

November 3, 2013

"This is My Office" starts previews on Tuesday, November 5th.

My play "This is My Office" is being produced by The Play Company. We run through December 8th. The piece is directed by Davis McCallum, and stars David Barlow.

October 29, 2012

"Black Label"

"Black Label" a 20 minute piece written for and performed by James Urbaniak is now available for download here, or from itunes.
This is the third episode of James' monthly fictional podcast, "Getting on With James Urbaniak". The first episode, "The Wolf in the Kitchen" was written by New Dramatists alum Anne Washburn.

October 10, 2012

Monologue in My America Project

My monologue, "The Subcontractor", one of 50 commissioned by Centerstage for their My America Project, may be seen here:
http://myamerica.centerstage.org/Andy-Bragen
"The Subcontractor" was directed by Hal Hartley, and performed by Crystal Finn.

September 13, 2012

VENGEANCE CAN WAIT published by Samuel French

Vengeance can Wait, a Japanese play by Yukiko Motoya that I co-translated with Kyoko Yoshida, has been published by Samuel French, is available on their website, or at the Drama Book Shop.

July 9, 2012

"A Lover's Dismantling..." produced in Chicago

My translation of Elena Guiochins' "A Lover's Dismantling:Fragments of a Scenic Discourse" will be running in rep in the Alcyone Festival 2012: July 12 - August 12.
More info here.

Contact Info

abragen@gmail.com

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