New Plays in Production

2011 Edgerton Foundation New American Play Awards:


Mary T and Lizzy K

by Tazewell Thompson

at Arena Stage

Salomania

by Mark Jackson

at Aurora Theatre Company

Milk Like Sugar

by Kirsten Greenidge

at La Jolla Playhouse

Eastland

by Andrew White, Andre Pluess & Ben Sussman

at Loookingglass Theatre Company

We Live Here

by Zoe Kazan

at Manhattan Theatre Club

On The Spectrum

by Ken LaZebnik

at Mixed Blood Theatre

Jericho

by Jack Canfora

at New Jersey Repertory Company

Food and Fadwa

by Lameece Issaq and Jacob Kader

at New York Theatre Workshop

White Buffalo

by Don Zolidis

at Purple Rose Theatre Company


Tortilla Curtain

by Matthew Spangler

at San Diego Repertory Theatre

The March

by Frank Galati

at Steppenwolf Theatre Company

The Great Immensity

by Steve Cosson & Michael Friedman

at The Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Nobody Loves You

by Itamar Moses & Gaby Alter

at The Old Globe

Current Economic Conditions

by Don Zolidis

at The Phoenix Theatre

Dead Man's Shoes

by Joseph Zettelmaier

at The Williamston Theatre

Fly by Night

by Kim Rosenstock, Michael Mitnick & Will Connelly

at TheatreWorks

Love Alone

by Deborah Salem Smith

at Trinity Repertory Company

We Are Proud

by Jackie Sibblies Drury

at Victory Gardens Theater

Ten Cents a Dance

by John Doyle, Richard Rogers & Lorenz Hart

at Williamstown Theatre Festival

To read the press release, click here.

“In a very real way, the opportunity afforded us by the Edgerton grant could not be more fitting. Jeffrey Hatcher’s Ten Chimneys is about the Lunts spending the summer at their estate in Wisconsin ‘investigating’ Chekhov’s play, The Seagull, before facing the quick and sudden rigors of New York rehearsals. In the same way that the Lunts appreciated the need for time and space to seep in the work they were tackling, the Edgerton grant will allow the artists the benefit of time for investigation. Receiving this Edgerton grant will allow the artists and the creative team invaluable time to immerse themselves more fully in the world of the Lunts in the late 1930’s and the themes of Jeffrey’s play. It will add to the authenticity and veracity of the work.”

- David Ira Goldstein, Artistic Director, Arizona Theatre Company, Tucson, AZ, Ten Chimneys, by Jeffrey Hatche