Amelia Parenteau is a freelance playwright, cultural journalist, and translator. An alumna of Sarah Lawrence College, she has worked with TCG, Ping Chong + Company, The Lark, The Civilians, The Park Avenue Armory, and the French Institute Alliance Française in New York, and the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Connecticut. Productions: America is Hard to See, Life Jacket Theatre Company (2018, HERE); (Projection) (2017, Dixon Place); Liminal (2015, New York International Fringe Festival). She is a member of the FENCE International Translation Network, and she has been published online in Asymptote Literary Magazine, Contemporary Theatre Review, Culturebot, and Extended Play and in print in American Theatre Magazine.
Amelia Parenteau explores the value of bringing theatre and the humanities into the medical field through the collaboration between Philadelphia’s Lantern Theater Company and the Sidney Kimmel Medical College.
Baldwin’s Back in France: An Interview with Elise Vigier / Retour de Baldwin en France : Une interview avec Elise VigierAn interview with Elise Vigier who staged her adaptation of James Baldwin’s 1979 novel, Just Above My Head at the Maison des Arts de Creteil near Paris. / Une interview avec Elise Vigier, qui a monté son adaptation d’un roman de 1979 de James Baldwin, Harlem Quartet , à la Maison des Arts de Creteil , près de Paris.
Interview with Werewere Liking of the Theatre Company Village Ki-Yi M'Bock / Interview avec Werewere Liking du Village Ki-Yi M’BockAn Interview with Werewere Liking founder of the Theatre Company Village Ki-Yi M'Bock in Côte d’Ivoire. / Une interview avec Werewere Liking, la fondatrice du Village Ki-Yi M'Bock en Côte d’Ivoire.
NewCritcriticism & analysis
Amelia Parenteau deconstructs the use of technology in The Builders Association’s production of Elements of Oz , an adaptation of The Wizard of Oz , presented at 3LD in New York City.