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Annah Feinberg

Annah Feinberg (she/her) was impossibly young when she wrote this essay and is proud to be embarrassed that it exists. In the years since it was published, she completed her MFA in dramaturgy at Columbia University, where she had the debt-riddled realization that she didn’t want to be a dramaturg. She moved to Los Angeles, co-founded feminist theatre collective the Kilroys, and promptly ditched the theatre to work toward becoming a screenwriter and cartoonist. Her comics and humor writing have been featured in the New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, McSweeney’s, Awry, the Hairpin, and the collection Notes from the Bathroom Line. At the time of writing this bio, she is in development on multiple TV and film projects in the adult animation space.

The Kilroys Were Here
Essay

The Kilroys Were Here

Moving Female Playwrights into Production

22 June 2014

P. Carl interviews Joy Meads, Carla Ching, Annah Feinberg, and Kelly Miller on how THE LIST was produced and responses since its release.

Antipermanence
Essay

Antipermanence

An Argument for Increased Infrastructural Ephemerality in America’s Nonprofit Theaters

26 January 2014

In her essay, Annah Feinberg investigates infrastructural ephemerality in America's nonprofit theatre. 

A shadow on a sidewalk.
In or Out
Essay

In or Out

Demystifying the MFA

30 June 2013

Feinberg and Dibo agonized over the pros and cons of dedicating time to a MFA program.  Their curation of the MFA series is to shed light on why and why not to get the degree.

Confessions of a Serial Intern
Essay

Confessions of a Serial Intern

22 December 2011

Annah Feinberg offers insight on her experiences as an intern.

MFA Series
Series

MFA Series

A discussion of the pros and cons of an MFA program.