Anna Moench is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. Her plays include MOTHERS (Playwrights Realm 2019), MAN OF GOD (East West Players 2019, InterAct 2020), BIRDS OF NORTH AMERICA (BETC 2017, ThrownStone 2019, Theatre With A View 2019), and SIN EATERS (Local Theater Co. 2020). She is currently the 2019/2020 Page One Playwright in Residence at The Playwrights Realm and has received fellowships from the New York Foundation of the Arts, the Jerome Foundation, and the Van Lier Foundation, and her awards include the Paul Stephen Lim Playwriting Award from the Kennedy Center, Boulder Ensemble Theater Company’s Generations Award, and East West Players’ 2042: See Change Award. She is an alum of UCSD’s Playwriting MFA program, the Emerging Writers Group at The Public, Youngblood at EST, and the Jam at New Georges. Anna is a staff writer on SEVERANCE (Apple TV) and the recipient of a Gerbode Special Award in the Arts commission for a new play that will be produced at Magic Theater in 2022.
Hansol Jung Productions: Wolf Play (Artist Rep, Soho Rep), Wild Goose Dreams (Public Theater, La Jolla Playhouse), Cardboard Piano (Humana Festival), Among the Dead (Ma-Yi), and No More Sad Things (Sideshow, Boise Contemporary). Commissions: National Theatre (UK), Public Theater (NY), Alliance Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, La Jolla Playhouse, Seattle Repertory, Ma-Yi, Artist Rep, and OSF. Residencies/Fellowships: Hodder, Royal Court, NYTW, Berkeley Repertory, MacDowell, Hedgebrook, Sundance Theatre Lab, O’Neill Theater Center, and Page 73. Awards: Whiting Award, DGF Award, Helen Merrill Award. Hansol is a proud member of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab, NYTW’s Usual Suspects, and The New Class of Kilroys. MFA: Yale School of Drama.
Cesar Enriquez is an actor, playwright, director, producer and teacher. His work, considered to be one of the major influencing forces in Mexican cabaret theatre, reimagines the traditions of the Mexican Tent theater; speaking with a powerful dissident voice, it employs political satire, gender bending, improvisation, music and dance. La Pretty Guoman has toured throughout Mexico, and has been seen in many renowned festivals such as El Festival Iberoamericano de Cádiz, in Spain, El Festival de Teatro de Donostia in San Sebastián, and the Festival Latino de Chicago. It has also been presented in New York where it took residence at the The Lark Institute as part of the 2019 Playwright Exchange program. Por jodidos y hocicones mataron a los actor was voted Best Cabaret production for 2019 by the Asociacion de Críticos de Periodistas de Teatro. This year he also created Las Hijas del Aztlán for the Teatro Penitenciario which was recognized as one of the best of year by la Muestra Nacional de Teatro. His new playFIERCE/FIERA, premiered in November to rave reviews. It deals with HIV, past and present, and the power of forgiveness. Cesar graduated from El Foro Teatro Contemporáneo de Ludwik Margules and has been a three time Scholar of FONCA in the category of Scenic Creator. He also spent three happy years as in Bansai and Scar in Julie Taymor’s production of THE LION KING.
Ted Malawer is a recent graduate of the Juilliard Playwriting Program. He has received Lincoln Center's Lecomte du Nouy Prize and The Kennedy Center's Blanche and Irving Laurie Award, and his theatrical work has been developed and commissioned by T Magazine / The New York Times, The Public, NYTW, Atlantic Theater Company, MCC, and others. Ted is a Supervising Producer on Ryan Murphy and Sharr White’s upcoming Simply Halston series for Netflix, and other TV credits include shows for Hulu, Showtime, NBC, Freeform and Disney+, where he developed an original pilot. Ted has also written several novels, including the Mystic City series for Penguin Random House. A former opera singer, Ted is a Presidential Scholar in the Arts, a graduate of The Juilliard School-Columbia University Exchange Program, and received his Masters from Fordham University. He is currently adapting the novel Red, White & Royal Blue into a film for Amazon and writing an original musical with Kate Nash and Andy Blankenbuehler.
Joshua Harmon’s plays include BAD JEWS (Roundabout Underground; Roundabout/Laura Pels; West End), SIGNIFICANT OTHER (Roundabout; Broadway/Booth Theatre), ADMISSIONS (Lincoln Center Theater; West End), and SKINTIGHT (Roundabout). His plays have been produced across the country including at The Magic, Geffen Playhouse, Studio Theatre, Theater Wit, Speakeasy, and Actor's Express, and internationally in Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Sweden, and throughout the U.K. He is a two-time MacDowell Colony Fellow and under commission at Manhattan Theatre Club and Roundabout, where he is an Associate Artist. Education: Juilliard.
Ricardo Pérez González