Episode 52 - Greenidge
As any dramatist can attest, it isn’t easy to balance a day job with a personal life and find time for writing. At a DG event in Boston, Kirsten Greenidge, New Dramatists Alumni and playwright of Milk Like Sugar, joined members for a conversation about prioritizing and managing the pressures of production with a full life.
Originally Recorded in 2013.
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Kirsten Greenidge has received commissions from Magic Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Guthrie Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse and TheaterMasters. In 2012 Kirsten received an Obie for her play Milk Like Sugar. She was the recipient of the TCG Edgerton Grant as well as the San Diego Critics Award. Kirsten is an alumnus of New Dramatists and a former NEA/TCG playwright in residence at Woolly Mammoth. She currently is an Assistant Professor of Theatre at Boston University’s Center of Fine Arts,resident playwright at New Dramatists, and is a member of Boston’s Rhombus writing group.
Works Include: Sans Culottes in the Promised Land (2004); 103 Within the Veil (2005); Rust (2007); The Gibson Girl (2008); Bossa Nova (2010); Milk Like Sugar (2011); The Luck of the Irish (2013); Yes, Please, and Thank You (2014).
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