Josh Koenigsberg


A comedy about a simple business card mix-up that ultimately reveals mistaken assumptions about gender, class, and ethnicity.


A dark comedy about the unlikely events that ensue when a prominent New York City doctor, struggling with the tedium of career and marriage, discovers a bag of narcotics on a patient's body.

Josh Koenigsberg is a New York City based playwright and screenwriter. His plays include "Al’s Business Cards" (published by Samuel French and by The New York Theatre Experience/Indie Theater Now), "Dance Lessons" (published by Samuel French), "Herman Kline’s Midlife Crisis" (published by Indie Theater Now), "The Mnemonist of Dutchess County" and more. He is member of the Ars Nova Play Group, The Living Newspaper, Old Vic New Voices, At Play, and the Dramatists Guild. He’s written several screenplays with Simon Rich, the most recent being "Seymour Escapes from Alcatraz!" He currently writes for “Naked Radio,” a monthly podcast produced by Naked Angels Theater Company. In addition, his burrito recipe “Josh’s Famous Burritos” was published by the New York Times. B.A. Bard College, M.F.A. Columbia University.