Tickets are now available for my thesis play, LAST NIGHT IN INWOOD at the Columbia Stages website.
ABOUT THE SHOW: A major disaster in Manhattan has everyone on the island looking for high ground. For Danny’s family and friends, that higher ground happens to be her one-bedroom apartment in Inwood. As the world outside goes to pieces, Danny tries to keep the peace among the assorted characters gathered in her space. They might make it through this crisis, if they can manage to survive each other.
Tickets for the show are FREE but seating is limited, so please reserve as early as you can.
Thursday, May 11 – 8pm
Friday, May 12 – 2:30pm
Saturday, May 13 – 7:30pm
Thanks so much to my dear friend Chris Hayes for his generous shout out to me in the New York Times! Being included with that list of writers was a humbling and inspiring moment.
Everyone should buy Chris’ new book A Colony in a Nation which is coming out next week. And if you’re not watching his show on MSNBC…seriously? What are you doing?
Next year I will be heading down to Atlanta in the winter to work of the world premiere of my play Sheltered. I am incredibly grateful that Sheltered has won the 2018 Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, and honored to have my American premiere in the great state of Georgia! Who’d have imagined?
Find out more about Alliance’s super terrific 2017/18 season (Crossing Delancey!!) at American Theatre magazine or on their website.
More about the Kendeda award in the coming weeks!
If you live in the heavenly corner of the country known as Southern California, congrats! Also, it means you can come and hear my play SHELTERED being read on March 20 at South Coast Repertory as part of their NewSCRipts reading series. It will be directed by Neel Keller, and I am really looking forward to working on this play and maybe catching some sunshine!
Find out more at the South Coast Rep site.
We are raising funds for my upcoming thesis production of LAST NIGHT IN INWOOD. Not only will you get a shout out in the program and on Facebook, but different levels of donation come with some AMAZING handmade and homemade rewards! Please check out the gofundme campaign here!
My thesis production is coming up! If you are the tri-state area or looking for a reason to visit (because, let’s face it, there are not many reasons to visit NY…) please join us for LAST NIGHT IN INWOOD.
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LAST NIGHT IN INWOOD
by Alix Sobler
Directed by Marc Atkinson
A major disaster in Manhattan has everyone on the island looking for high ground. For Danny’s family and friends, that higher ground happens to be her one-bedroom apartment in Inwood. As the world outside goes to pieces, Danny tries to keep the peace among the assorted characters gathered in her space. They might make it through this crisis, if they can manage to survive each other.
Thursday, May 11, 7:30 pm
Friday, May 12, 2:30 pm
Saturday, May 13, 7:30 pm
Signature Theatre Studio
The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
Ticket information to follow
Presented by Columbia University
Photo by Graeme Braidwood
The Great Divide is up and running at the Finborough in London, and I was lucky enough to be there for tech week and opening. I am a bit biased, but I really think this is a beautiful production, expertly directed by Rory McGregor and gorgeously acted by a phenomenal cast.
I am so proud of this show, and the amazing work this dedicated group of artists have put in to creating this important world. If you happen to be in London, please check it out! Otherwise, I hope to be brining it to a theater near you someday soon!
Read the reviews here.
How cool is this? my play The Great Divide will have it’s world premiere this September at the Finborough Theatre in London! It will be directed by Rory McGregor and produced by Georgina Ratnatunga.
It has been a long journey with this play which has recieved readings in Winnipeg, New York and Montreal, and won the 2016 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Award.
Find all the details here.
Super excited that Echo Theatre is producing my play JONNO this summer at the Winnipeg Fringe. From the Echo Theatre website:
“Which part made you think I like it?”- Dana
Echo Theatre is proud to present an angry new comedy about a famous radio personality.
And the women he assaults.
And Mr. Donkey Long-Ears: his only friend.
Inspired by TRUE EVENTS.
More info to come soon!
Very excited to report that my play The Great Divide has won the 2015 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition. You can read about it here.
If you are Montreal this month, check out the reading of The Great Divide at The Segal Centre on February 16. You can also see my play The Secret Annex at the Segal Centre January 31-February 21.
If you are in NY, come see The Glass Piano, presented as part of Columbia’s New York’s Next series of new plays. Find out more here.