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Karen Hartman

Karen Hartman has four productions of three world premieres this season: Roz and Ray (Edgerton New Play Prize winner) at the Seattle Repertory Theater and at Chicago’s Victory Gardens, The Book of Joseph at Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and Project Dawn at People’s Light in Malvern, PA. She held the Playwright Center’s McKnight Residency and Commission in 2014-15. Her new dialogue for Mozart’s The Magic Flute appeared in Pacific Music Works’ production at Seattle’s Meany Center in 2015. Hartman’s Goldie, Max, and Milk premiered at Florida Stage and the Phoenix Theater, nominated for the Steinberg and Carbonell Awards. Other works: Goliath (Dorothy Silver New Play Prize), Gum, Leah’s Train, Going Gone (N.E.A. New Play Grant); Girl Under Grain (Best Drama in NY Fringe); Wild Kate, ALICE: Tales of a Curious Girl (Music by Gina Leishman, AT&T Onstage Award); Troy Women; Donna Wants; Sea Change, score by AnnMarie Milazzo; and MotherBone, score by Graham Reynolds (Frederick Loewe Award).  New York: Women's Project, National Asian American Theatre Company, P73, the New York Fringe (Best Drama), and Summer Play Festival. Regional: Center Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Dallas Theater Center, the Magic, and elsewhere.  Publications: Theater Communications Group, Dramatists Play Service, Playscripts, Backstage Books, and NoPassport Press.  Honors: Sustainable Arts Foundation, New Dramatists, Rockefeller Foundation at Bellagio, the N.E.A., the Helen Merrill Foundation, Daryl Roth "Creative Spirit" Award, Hodder Fellowship, Jerome Fellowship, Fulbright Scholarship.  A longtime Brooklynite, she and her husband Todd London moved to Seattle in 2014 with their son. Ms. Hartman is a Senior Artist in Residence at the University of Washington; her prose is published in the New York Times and The Washington Post. www.karenhartman.org

Courtroom Drama

Courtroom Drama

the Politics and Poetics of One Community Immersion Experience

13 October 2016

Karen Hartman describes the process of immersing herself in a community in order to tell their story on stage, in this installment of the Triply Play series.