Recent PEN/America Award winner and Obie recipient Kirsten Greenidge is the author of Baltimore, Milk Like Sugar, The Luck of the Irish, Splendor, and 103 Within The Veil, among other plays. Her work has appeared at New Repertory Theatre, The Huntington, LCT3, La Jolla Playhouse, Playwrights Horizons, Company One Theatre, The Flea, P. 73, New Georges, and the Humana Festival of New Work. She is currently working on commissions from Oregon Shakespeare Festival/American Revolutions, The Kennedy Center, Playwright’s Horizons, The Goodman, and La Jolla Playhouse. Kirsten is Assistant Professor of Theatre at the School of Theatre at Boston University, is a member of Boston’s Rhombus Playwrghting Group, and an alum of New Dramatists. She attended Wesleyan University as a United States History Major and the Playwright’s Workshop at the University of Iowa.
Playwright Kirsten Greenidge and her family travel to feminist historical landmarks around New England.
Kirsten Greenidge reflects on the playwright's relationship to this unruly moment of cultural shift and what happens to one’s work when the world around us is changing so rapidly?
Playwright Kirsten Greenidge reflects on her impulses to rewrite, and how she learned to stay connected to her work.
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Shawn LaCount, Artistic Director of Company One Theatre in Boston and playwright-in-residence Kirsten Greenidge discuss their participation in the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s National Playwright Residency Program .