Monica Bauer on Indie Theater Now
Monica Bauer is currently a Writing Fellow at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. Education includes a B.A. from Brown, M. Div. from Yale, M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska. She was the 2005 Teaching Fellow in the Graduate Playwriting Program at Boston University, where she received an MA in playwriting. Student of Kate Snodgrass, Gary Garrison, and Craig Lucas. Off Broadway debut, “My Occasion of Sin,” produced by Urban Stages, directed by Artistic Director Frances Hill, March 16-April 15th, 2012.
Her plays and musicals have been produced in Denver, Boston, Provincetown, Cambridge, Atlanta, Bloomington, Omaha, San Diego, Providence, off-off Broadway, and Off Broadway. Awards include the 2012 Emerging Playwright Award from Urban Stages, (New York City), Outstanding Script, 2011 Theater Arts Guild Award (My Occasion of Sin), Outstanding Playwriting, the 2008 Midtown International Theater Festival (The Higher Education of Khalid Amir), third place in New Works for Young Women (The Maternal Instinct), and the Audience Favorite Award at Short Attention Span PlayFest (My Trip to the State Pen). Lighter (book, music, and lyrics) premiered in October 2009 at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Answering, a ten-minute play, was a Finalist for the 2008 Heideman Award from the Actors’ Theater of Louisville, and First Prize for 10 Minute Play, 2010 Connecticut Stories competition. Her one act play, Two Men Walked Into a Bar, was a semifinalist in the 2008 Turnip/American Globe Theater 15 Minute Play Festival. A one-man show written for the actor John Fico, Made for Each Other, was featured in Emerging Artist Theater’s One Man Talking Festival, and went on to receive nominations for Best Solo Show and Best Actor in a Solo Show at the 2010 Planet Connections Theatre Festivity off-off Broadway.
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Latest News About Monica Bauer
New play published: The Year I Was Gifted
A true gay-straight love story, in 1969, a scholarship kid from Nebraska meets her first gay friend at a boarding school for the arts, leading to a decision that will change both their lives forever. By: Monica Bauer
posted by Indie Theater Now Feb 2, 2014
Show preview: The Year I Was Gifted
Monica Bauer (playwright/performer) answers five questions about this upcoming show.
posted by Indie Theater Now Jul 4, 2013