Peter Sinn Nachtrieb
Resident Playwright2010 -- 2017
Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, 6’6”, is a San Francisco-based playwright whose works include boom (TCG's most produced play 2009-10), BOB, (2011 Humana Festival for New American Plays at Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, Barrie and Bernice Stavis Award), T.I.C. (Trenchcoat In Common), Hunter Gatherers (2007 ATCA/Steinberg New Play Award, 2007 Will Glickman Prize), Colorado, and Litter: The True Story of the Framingham Dodecutuplets. His work has been seen off-Broadway and across the country including at Ars Nova, SPF, Woolly Mammoth, Seattle Repertory, Actors Theatre of Louisville, San Diego Rep, and in the Bay Area at A.C.T., Encore Theatre, Killing My Lobster, Marin Theatre Company, Impact Theatre, and The Bay Area Playwrights Festival. His commission through the National New Play Network and New Dramatists Full Stage USA program, The Totalitarians, premieres in 2014 at Southern Rep, Woolly Mammoth and Z Space. He's also working on an original musical called Fall Springs: A Musical Disaster. Peter holds a degree in Theater and Biology from Brown and an MFA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Peter is a member of New Dramatists and is the Playwright in Residence at Z Space in San Francisco. He likes to promote himself online at www.peternachtrieb.com.
On its final leg of its NNPN Rolling World Premiere, The Totalitarians, written by RP Peter Nachtrieb (and commissioned through NDs Full Stage USA initiative) and directed by RP Ken Prestininzi is in the midst of a great run at San Francisco's Z Space. They're having a lot of fun.
Read more about the show here: http://zspace.org/new-work/the-totalitarians
Had an amazing time down in Washington DC for the showcase reading of THE TOTALITARIANS, my Full Stage USA commission for NNPN via New Dramatists. Fellow NDer Ken Prestininzi directed, and was great to see the readings of other NDers Christina Anderson, Carson Kreitzer, and Carlos Murillo in the showcase as well. The 6PM fresh cookies at the Hampton Inn were also delicious.