Ed Malin is a playwright interested in language and history. After interning at The Women's Project in the 90s, Ed has enjoyed the diverse theater scene of New York and beyond. Japanese theater is another favorite. In 2010, Ed was the MC of No Shame at The Tank. Plays include The Inconstant Infection, Film Noix, Presumed Retarded, Dog Spelled Backwards Is Krishna, The Pithecanthropist, Vandalusia-A Louvre Story, Bolívar luvs San Martín, L’aardvarcchio, Le Chakra du Printemps, I Shall Not Be Suede, Judge Yuri & Executioner, Sexy Monk, Inversion of the Baby Snatchers, The Addicts, Mesculun-Feminine, The Troubadour Struck by Lightning, and Girl = Mass x Anorexia. His work has been performed at FringeNYC (’97, ’05, ’06, '09), The Samuel French Festival, Manhattan Theatre Source, the Brecht Forum, Galapagos, the Wicked Ren Faire and the Nuyorican Poets Café. Ed edited the Spontaneous Combustion Anthology for Manhattan Theatre Source and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
More About Ed Malin
Indie Theater Profile of Ed Malin [February 21, 2012]
Playwright Mac Rogers profiles playwright Ed Malin.
THE TROUBADOUR STRUCK BY LIGHTNING in FringeNYC [August 16, 2016]
Love. Music. Men. Muslims. Men who like men who like Muslims who like poems. A rampant fantasia of medieval times. Author: Ed Malin, Director: Janet Bentley, Choreographer: Tatyana Kot, Dramaturg: Theodore Dage, Original Music: The Roly Polys, Costume Designer: Janet Mervin, Lighting Designer: Gilbert "Lucky" Pearto, Photographer: Bryan Cash, Stage Manager: Lauren Arneson, Assistant Stage Manager: Elizabeth Contessa, Graphic Designer: Whitney Aronson, Cast: Francesco Andolfi, Mary Baynard, Michael Hagins, Hennessy, Lance Olds*, Victoria Scott, Mary Sheridan*, Tim Weinert*. *Appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association
Nat Cassidy in "Generic Magic Realism" - United Solo Festival [October 28, 2015]
What happens when the magical world of an average South American is transplanted to the less magical north? Join Octavio as he discovers poetry, satire, love, birds, chocolate, hippies, and explosives on his journey from the Andes to San Francisco during the fragrant 1960s. A loving tribute to a literary genre. Director: DeLisa White. Playwright: Ed Malin. Stage Manager: Lauren Arneson
"Queers For Fears" in F*ckfest at The Brick [June 11, 2015]
Written by Ed Malin, Directed by Janet Bentley Starring Randall Rodriguez*, Juan Sucre, Jessica Afton*, Christina Toth Choreographer: Tatyana Kot Stage Manager: DaVonne Onassis Bacchus Graphic Designer: Janet Bentley *Denotes members of Actors Equity Association