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50/50 Applause Award Theatres' Productions 2012- 2013 

2012-2013 Recipients’ Plays and Playwrights


*Indicates ICWP member

**Indicates previous recipient

AlterTheater (San Rafael, California, USA)

www.altertheater.org

  • “The Dead Girl” by Ann Brebner

Black Coffee Productions (Bangalore, INDIA)

https://www.facebook.com/bcbrew

  • “The God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton

Cherry Lane Theatre (New York, New York, USA)

http://www.cherrylanetheatre.org

  • “Pas de Deux (lost my shoe)” by Lisa Ramirez
  • “Joe” by Elizabeth A. Davis
  • “Lawnpeople” by Natalia Naman
  • “Exile” by Nastaran Ahmadi


Children’s Theatre Company (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA)

http://www.childrenstheatre.org/

  • “Buccaneers!” by Liz Duffy Adams, Composed by Ellen Maddow
  • “The Cat in the Hat” By Dr. Seuss, Adapted by Katie Mitchell
  • “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” Based on the book by Dr. Seuss, Book/Lyrics by Tim Mason, music by Mel Marvin
  • “Pinnochio” by Carlo Collodi, adapted by Greg Banks
  • “The Biggest Little House in the Forest” by Djemma Bider, Adapted by Rosanna Staffa
  • “Jackie and Me” by Dan Gutman, adapted by Steven Dietz
  • “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll, adapted by Sharon Holland

Clubbed Thumb (New York, New York, USA)

http://www.clubbedthumb.org/

  • “Baby Screams Miracle” by Clare Barron
  • “Phoebe in Winter” by Jen Silverman
  • “La Brea” by Gregory S. Moss

Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre (Summit, New Jersey, USA)

http://dreamcatcherrep.org

  • “The Neighborhood” Book and Lyrics by Laura Ekstrand, music by Joe Zawila
  • “The Language Archive” by Julia Cho
  • “Shakespeare in Vegas” by Suzanne Bradbeer

Factory Theatre (Toronto, Ontario, CANADA)

http://www.factorytheatre.ca

  • “Every Letter Counts” by Nina Lee Aquino
  • “Do You Want What I Have Got? A Craigslist Cantata” by Veda Hille and Bill Richardson
  • “Iceland” by Nicolas Billon
  • “Stopheart” by Amy Lee Lavoie

Haugesund Teater (Haugesand, Rogaland, NORWAY)

www.haugesund-teater.no

  • “Helter (Heroes)” by Birgit Amalie Nilssen*
  • “Horisonter (Horizons)” Poems by Kolbein Falkeid, adapted by Birgit Amalie Nilssen*
  • “Det Kommer Alltid En Jul (There Will Allways Be a New Christmas)” by Torunn Tusj
  • “Gi Meg En Lykkelig Slutt (Give Me a Happy Ending)” by Marius Leknes Snekkevåg
  • “Lev Vel - Spis Is (Live Well - Eat Ice Cream)” by Torunn Tusj
  • “Juleshow (Christmavaganza) by Birgit Amalie Nilssen*
  • “Flaggermusen (The Bat)” by Karl Haffner and Richard Genée
  • “Kim Leker (Kim/Who’s (pun) Playing)” by Gunnar Germundson
  • “Yolo (You Only Live Once)” Devised by 15 teenagers, adapted by Elisabeth Hagli Aars
  • “Blodig Alvor (God of Carnage)” by Yasmina Reza

HERE (New York, New York, USA)

www.here.org

  • “Strange Tales of Liaozhai” by Hanne Tierney
  • “Aging Magician” Written and composed by Paola Prestini
  • “Lucid Possession” by Toni Dove
  • “Sumeida’s Song” book by David Herskovitz, created and composed by Mohammed Fairouz
  • “Soldier Songs” book by Yuval Sharon, composed by David T. Little
  • “City Council Meeting” by Aaron Landsman, Mallory Catlett, Jim Findley
  • “You Are Dead, You Are Here” by Christine Evans, created by Joseph Megel

Hollins University (Roanoke, Virginia, USA)

http://www.hollins.edu/academics/theatre/

  • “Decision Height” by Meredith Levy
  • “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse” by Kevin Henkes, adapted by Kevin Kling
  • “9 to 5: The Musical” Music and Lyrics by Dolly Parton, Book by Patricia Resnick

Looking for Lilith Theatre Company (Louisville, Kentucky, USA)

http://lookingforlilith.org/index.php

  • “Much Ado About Nothing” by William Shakespeare
  • “Alice in Black and White” by Robin Rice Lichtig*
  • “Becoming Mothers” by a female playwriting ensemble of Looking for Lilith Theatre Company
  • “Choices: an interactive play about cyberbullying and teen suicide” by a female playwriting ensemble of Looking for Lilith Theatre Company

Mixed Blood Theatre (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA)

http://www.mixedblood.com/

  • “Next to Normal” by Brian Yorkey, composed by Tom Kitt
  • “Elemeno Pea” by Molly Smith Metzler
  • “In the Time of the Butterflies” adapted by Caridad Svich, book by Julia Alavarez

New York Theatre Workshop (New York, New York, USA)

http://www.nytw.org

  • “Red Dog Howls” by Alexander Dinelaris
  • “A Civil War Christmas” by Paula Vogel
  • “Belleville” by Amy Herzog
  • “Sontag: Reborn” Adapted by Moe Angelos

Orlando Repertory Theater (Orlando, Florida, USA)

http://www.orlandorep.com

  • “The Paper Bag Princess” by Jennifer Kirkeby and Shirley Mier, based on the book by Robert Munsch
  • “Chasing George Washington” Book and Lyrics by Karen Zacarias, Music by Debbie Wicks La Puma
  • “Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat” Adapted by Katie Miller, based on the book by Dr. Seuss (originally produced at the National Theatre of Great Britain)
  • “Junior Claus” by Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond
  • “The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle” adapted by Ernie Nolan from the novels of Hugh Lofting
  • “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer TYA” written by Ken Ludwig, music and lyrics by Don Schiltz, based on the novel by Mark Twain

Playwrights Horizons (New York, New York, USA)**

http://www.playwrightshorizons.org

  • “Detroit” by Lisa D’Amour
  • “The Whale” by Samuel D. Hunter
  • “The Great God Pan” by Amy Herzog
  • “The Flick” by Annie Baker
  • “The Call” by Tanya Barfield
  • “Far From Heaven” book by Richard Greenberg, music by Scott Frankel, lyrics by Michael Korie

Prairie Theatre Exchange (Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA)

http://www.pte.mb.ca

  • “Gunmetal Blues” book by Scott Wentworth, music and lyrics by Craig Bohmler and Marion Adler
  • “This is War” by Hannah Moscovitch
  • “The Dishwashers” by Morris Panych
  • “The Swearing Jar” by Kate Hewlett
  • “The Brink” by Ellen Peterson
  • “Magical Mystery Munsch” adapted by Debbie Patterson, based on stories by Robert Munsch

Prologue Theatre Company (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

http://prologuetheatreco.org/

  • “Patria Libre” by Zoë Miller-Lee

Ragged Wing Ensemble (El Cerrito, California, USA)

http://raggedwing.org/

  • “Time Sensitive” by Amy Sass
  • “Within the Wheel” By Annie Paladino, Cecilia Palmtag, Molly Gilbert, Soren Santos, Adam Sussman, David Stein, Giulio Perrone, Anna Shneiderman
  • “The Hour Glass” by Addie Ulrey
  • “Now! Now? Now.” by Cecilia Palmtag
  • “The Music Tree” by Phil Warton
  • “In the Blink” by David Stein
  • “Moment to Moment” by Adam Sussman
  • “Air: Born” by Soren Santos
  • “Fishtank piece” by Addie Ulrey

Road Less Traveled Productions (Buffalo, New York, USA)

roadlesstraveledproductions.org

  • “From the Mississippi Delta” by Dr. Endesha Ida Mae Holland
  • “End of the Road” (world premiere) by Jon Elston
  • “Circle Mirror Transformation” by Annie Baker
  • “Seeds” (world premiere) by Donna Hoke*
  • “The Clean House” by Sarah Ruhl

Shameless Hussy Productions (Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA)

http://www.shamelesshussy.com/

  • “SonofaBitch Stew: the drunken life of Calamity Jane” by Brian Peterson in collaboration with Renee Iaci and Deb Pickman
  • “Dissolve” by Meghan Gardiner

Stage Left Theatre (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

http://stagelefttheatre.com/

  • “Impenetrable” by Mia McCullough
  • “Pygmalion” by George Bernard Shaw
  • “Rabbit” by Nina Raine

Stageworks (Tampa, Florida, USA)

http://www.stageworkstheatre.org

  • “The Colored Museum” by George C. Wolfe
  • “Of Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck
  • “Holiday Party of One” by Karla Hartley and Alison Burns
  • “MOMologues 2: Off to School” by Lisa Rafferty, Stefanie Cloutier and Sheila Eppolito
  • “Circle Mirror Transformation” by Annie Baker
  • “How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents” by Karen Zacarias

Symmetry Theatre (Berkeley, California, USA)**

http://www.symmetrytheatre.com/

  • “The Language Archive” by Julia Cho

Synchronicity Theatre (Atlanta, Georgia, USA)

www.synchrotheatre.com

  • “The Minotaur” by Anna Ziegler
  • “A Year with Frog and Toad” by Robert and Willie Reale
  • “Petite Rouge” by Joan Cushing

Teatro Luna (Chicago, Illinois, USA)

www.teatroluna.org

  • “Crossed” (World Premiere) Written by Teatro Luna, developed by Miranda Gonzalez
  • “Living Large in a Mini Kind of Way” by Diane Rodriguez
  • “PUTAS!” by Liza Ann Acosta
  • “Cry Wolf” by Kristiana Rae Colón
  • “SEXomedy” by Melissa DuPrey
  • “A Very Luna Christmas” by Paula Ramirez and Abigail Vega
  • “Your Problem with Men” by Emilio Williams

Tennessee Women’s Theater Project (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)

http://www.twtp.org

  • “Shooting Star” by Stephen Dietz
  • “Distracted” by Lisa Loomer

    The English Theatre of Rome (Rome, ITALY)

    www.rometheatre.com

    • “Loopy Ladies” by Terianne Falcone, Gaby Ford, Alexia Murray, Parysa Pourmoneshi & Dyanne White
    • “A Short Trip” by Jason Atkinson (co-produced by FringeNYC)
    • “Gatsby” adapted by Gaby Ford, Liz Saragnese and Molly Zimmelman, inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel
    • “TJ and Dave” by TJ Jagodowski and Dave Pasquesi
    • “Loveplay” by Moira Buffini
    • “Old Times” by Harold Pinter
    • “Can’t Help It” by Alice Beever
    • “A Broad Abroad” by Gaby Ford
    • “And Then I Changed My Mind” devised by Jane O’Farrell with Molly Zimmelman
    • “Shiva Arms” (European premiere) by Doug Motel

    The Indian Ensemble (Bangalore, INDIA)

    https://sites.google.com/site/theindianensemble/home

    • “Treadmill” by Sandeep Shikhar
    • “Afterlife of Birds” by Abhishek Majumdar
    • “Gasha” by Irawati Karnik

    Theatre Pro Rata (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA)

    www.theatreprorata.com

    • “Lovers & Executioners” by John Strand, based on the work of Antoine Jacob de Montfleury
    • “Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom” by Jennifer Haley
    • “Emilie: La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight” by Lauren Gunderson

    *Indicates ICWP member

    **Indicates previous recipient

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