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Bathsheba Doran

(Writer) Plays include Living Room in Africa (off-Broadway) 2 Soldiers (various, published), The Parents’ Evening (Cherry Lane) Until Morning (BBC Radio 4) and adaptations of Maeterlinck’s The Blind (CSC), Peer Gynt (dir. Andre Serban) and Great Expectations (off-broadway with Kathleen Chalfant at the Lucille Lortel) Her new play Nest opens at at Signature Theater in in DC this spring. Doran was born in the UK, but moved permanently to the States on a Fulbright scholarship in 2000. She is the recipient of three Lecomte du Nouy Lincoln Center playwriting awards, and her work has been developed by the O’Neill Playwrights Center, the McCarter Theatre, and Sundance among others. She is a former playwriting fellow at Juilliard. She has worked as a comedy writer for VH1, BBC TV and radio and The Cambridge Footlights.  She is currently under commission from Atlantic Theater.

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