• Sarah Myers’s The Realm will be produced by The Other Theatre Company at the Side Project in Chicago April 14 to May 10, and her solo play I Do Today will be featured during Greenhouse Theater Center’s Solo Celebration in the fall of 2016.

  • Alan Berks’ adaptation of Six Characters in Search of an Author will be produced at Park Square Theatre April 19-May 8 and his play, Complicated Fun, about the Minneapolis music scene will be produced at the History Theater in April 28-May 29.

  • Carson Kreitzer is a 2015/16 McKnight Fellow in Playwriting at the Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis and winner of a 2016 Jonathan Larson Award.

  • Stanton Wood’s adaptation of The Snow Queen was produced by multiple theaters over the past year, and his comedy Nymph was produced by Paper Wing Theatre Company in Monterey, California.

  • Jeannine Coulombe’s new musical I LOVE YOU, STINKY FACE plays April 15-May 15, 2016 at Stages Theatre Company.

  • In 2015, Dominic Orlando became a staff writer for “The OA”, a new thriller produced by Plan B for Netflix.

  • Christina Ham will enjoy four productions of her work in the Twin Cities including two World Premieres (the critically-acclaimed Nina Simone: Four Women which is currently enjoying a sold-out run at Park Square Theatre and Scapegoat at Pillsbury House Theatre)

  • Trista Baldwin’s BUILD IT was commissioned by the Flea Theatre in NYC as part of THE MYSTERIES. More info. Trista’s play WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE FOR DINNER? is in workshop at the Seattle Rep.

“Workhaus is the single greatest source of new play production in the Twin Cities.”

Graydon Royce, Star Tribune


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