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Coming to a Screen Near You

Check out these upcoming streaming options for work by our resident playwrights, alumni, and fellows!  Click on link to theatre for tickets and further details.  Listings are in reverse chronological order.

THE TENURE ITCH
By Ken Urban
Keen Company
Part of Keen On New Work: A Discussion with The 2020 Playwrights Lab Writers
Discussion & Reading of Excerpts
January 26, 2021

BERLIN DIARIES
By Andrea Stolowitz
Artists Repertory Theatre
Audio Drama
Available starting January 25, 2021
Virtual Release Party:  January 24, 2021 @6pm ET

RUSSIAN TROLL FARM:  A WORKPLACE COMEDY
By Sarah Gancher
TheaterWorks Hartford, TheatreSquared, in association with The Civilians
Live, site-specific play for the internet (recording of live event)
Extended through January 14, 2021

THE BLEEDING CLASS
By Chisa Hutchinson (resident)
Geva Theatre
Audio Play
Available through December 31, 2020

LOVE AND KINDNESS IN THE TIME OF QUARANTINE
Featuring work by Connie Congdon (alumna) and Octavio Solis (alumnus), among others
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
Songs and monologues
Available through December 31, 2020

YOU WILL SWIM OCEANS
Conceived with and lyrics by Matthew Paul Olmos (resident), original music by April Dawn Guthrie
The Assembly
December 14, 2020 
This event will be continue to be available on YouTube.  Please follow the link above.

ALLIGATOR MOUTH/TADPOLE ASS
By J. Julian Christopher (resident)
Theatre Rhinoceros
Live-streamed Production
December 11 - 20, 2020 Opening Night: December 12, 2020

IS EDWARD SNOWDEN SINGLE?
By Kate Cortesi
Jungle Theater
Virtual Production
December 5-20, 2020

VAPOR TRAIL
By Ken Urban (resident)
Playwrights' Center In The Lab series
Audio Play / Presentation of Work-in-Progress
December 18, 2020

CHEAP DATE NO. 11
Featuring work by Mona Mansour (resident)
Society Theatre
Short Scenes & Sketches
December 18, 2020

ONLY YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE SIGNAL
By Rob Handel (alumnus), Kristin Marting, and Kamala Sankaram (CLS alumna)
HERE
October 29 – December 17

HEROES OF THE FOURTH TURNING
By Will Arbery (resident)
The Wilma Theater
Digital, site-specific production
December 1-13, 2020

In Conversation:  David Adjmi (alumnus) and Adam Greenfield
Playwrights Horizons
Virtual conversation about the launch of David Adjmi’s new memoir, LOT SIX
December 10, 2020 @6:30pm

LOCKDOWN
By Cori Thomas (resident)
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
Reading
December 3-7, 2020
And:  Lockdown Panel with playwright Cori Thomas and prison activists and writers James King and Robbie Pollock
December 4, 2020 at 4:00PM
Join Lockdown playwright Cori Thomas and prison activists and writers James King and Robbie Pollock for a discussion about Lockdown and its resonance for those with lived experience with incarceration and the criminal justice system.

CHEAP DATE NO. 10
Featuring work by Mona Mansour (resident)
Society Theatre
Short Scenes & Sketches
December 5, 2020

THE MERIT SYSTEM
By Edwin Sanchez (alumnus)
Long Wharf Theatre
Virtual Live Performance
December 4, 2020

UNDERGROUND FAIRY
By Tara Ahmadinejad, Translated by Aya Ogawa (resident)
Japan Society
Virtual production
Available through December 2, 2020

HOW TO TRANSCEND A HAPPY MARRIAGE
By Sarah Ruhl (alumna)
Concord Theatricals Read More Plays Book Club
Book club via webinar
A discussion of the play will feature ND alumna Sarah Ruhl, original cast members Lena Hall and Austin Smith, and will be moderated by Sarah’s husband and NYU professor/psychiatrist, Tony Charuvastra.  (When you RSVP, you’ll receive a 30% discount code to purchase the script.
Wednesday, December 2 at 6pm 

TAKE MY HAND AND WAVE GOODBYE
By Tammy Ryan
Orlando Shakes
Reading 
October 10, 2020

BULRUSHER
By Eisa Davis (alumna)
Bard at the Gate
Reading
September 17, 2020

WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A PRESENTATION ABOUT THE HERERO OF NAMIBIA, FORMERLY KNOWN AS SOUTHWEST AFRICA, FROM THE GERMAN SUDWESTAFRIKA, BETWEEN THE YEARS 1884-1915
By Jackie Sibblies Drury (former Van Lier Fellow)
Undermain Theatre
Archival performance video of Undermain Theatre's 2014 production
September 16 - October 4, 2020

SEVEN HOMELESS MAMMOTHS WANDER NEW ENGLAND
By Madeleine George (alumna)
Two River Theater
Act 1 on Wed, Sept 16 and Act 2 with Q&A Thurs, Sept 17 at 7:00 PM ET

SLOW FOOD
By Wendy MacLeod
Arizona Theatre Company
Reading
September 15-19, 2020

LOVE AND WARCRAFT
By Madhuri Shekar
American Conservatory Theater and Perseverance Theatre
Live performance, September 10 & 11; on demand Sept. 18-25. 

WELCOME HOME
By Cori Thomas
Milwaukee Repertory Theater’S 20/20 Vision For Milwaukee Arts A One-Day Conference in Partnership with Milwaukee Black Theater Festival
Short play
September 9, 2020, beginning at 2pm ET
The performance will be recorded and available after the live streaming.

LOCKDOWN
By Cori Thomas
Brief performance followed by a conversation
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and Howl Round
September 9 at 6pm ET
This event will be recorded and available for viewing after the live streaming.

the broken’hearts of a corrupted white house
By Matthew Paul Olmos
Kane Repertory Theatre
Reading
Wednesday, September 9th starting at 8:30 ET
The stream will be available for a few days after the reading.

RUSSIAN TROLL FARM
By Sarah Gancher
Arkansas New Play Festival
Workshop presentation
Available through September 20th