Lauren Ferebee


Twenty 2-minute monologues exploring the possibility of the Mayan Apocalypse.


Short plays by David Ian Lee, David Stallings, Lauren Ferebee, and Nat Cassidy that consider how humankind's senses might evolve and change in the future.


Examining memory's force and the dangers of extremism, the play reaches back and forth in time to capture the aftermath of an explosion that irrevocably changes the course of nine lives.

Lauren is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York. She has developed and written work with Primary Stages/ESPA, Flux Theatre Ensemble, At Hand Theatre, WET Productions, On the Square Productions and Guerrilla Girls on Tour. Her play Somewhere Safer was shortlisted for the Old Vic New Voices 2012 Playwrights’ Exchange and the inaugural recipient of Square One Development (On the Square Productions). Blood Quantum, a play about the American West, is currently in development, and she recently had work commissioned by Spark and Echo Arts. Screenwriting: Sic Transit Gloria Mundi (Hero Status Films/Vigilante HD), currently in post production, and feature-length 3S. Her short play jericho, jericho is published on Indie Theater Now as part of the Flux Human 2.0 anthology. Another of her shorts, The Feminist Assassin was part of the Guerrilla Girls On Tour  2012 “We Are Theatre” event at the Cherry Lane.  She studies playwriting at Primary Stages/ESPA, where she has been mentored by Winter Miller, Julian Sheppard, Sheri Wilner, and Michelle Bossy.