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David Adjmi was called "virtuosic" by the New York Times and he was named one of the Top Ten in Culture in 2011 by The New Yorker. His newest play, The Stumble, is a commission for Lincoln Center Theatre, and The Blind King,was recently developed at the Sundance Theatre Lab.
His play Marie Antoinette received a critically acclaimed world premiere co-production with A.R.T. and Yale Rep, and received a New York premiere at Soho Rep. It was later produced at Steppenwolf, Woolly Mammoth and many other theaters across the U.S. and Europe. 3C received its world premiere at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in June 2012, and was dubbed "revelatory" by the New York Times and “the most divisive and controversial play of the season” by the New York Post. 3C was selected as one of the top ten plays of 2012 by the Post, Time Out and the Advocate. Elective Affinities premiered at the Royal Shakespeare Company, and received a sold out U.S. premiere at Soho Rep starring Zoe Caldwell (Top 10 of the year in Time Out New York, New Yorker.)
Other plays include Stunning (Lincoln Center Theater, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company), The Evildoers (Sundance Theatre Lab, Yale Repertory Theatre), Caligula (Soho Rep Studio Series), and Strange Attractors (Empty Space.)
David currently holds commissions from Playwrights Horizons, Lincoln Center Theater, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, and the Royal Court (UK). He was awarded a Mellon Foundation grant, the Guggenheim Fellowship, the Whiting Writers’ Award, the Kesselring Prize for Drama, the Steinberg Playwright Award (the “Mimi”), McKnight and Jerome fellowships, the Fadiman Prize from Center Theatre Group and the Bush Artists Fellowship, among others. He is the recipient of residencies from the Dora Maar House, American Academy of Rome, the Bogliasco Foundation, The MacDowell Colony, The Millay Colony, The Corporation of Yaddo, and UCross.
He has served on panels for the Luminato Festival, National Endowment for the Arts, the McKnight Foundation, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. He has taught workshops and seminars at the Iowa Playwrights Workshop, Harvard University, Yale School of Drama, Rutgers University, Primary Stages, NYU, Mark Taper Forum, CalArts, Southampton Writers Conference, and the University of Rochester. Two collections of David’s work are published by TCG, and his work is included in The Methuen Drama Book of New American Plays. His memoir, Lot Six, will be published by HarperCollins in June 2020.
Daniel is a New York based director. Broadway: Sam Shepard’s FOOL FOR LOVE. Recent world premieres: ADMISSIONS (LCT & London’s West End), SKINTIGHT (Roundabout and Geffen Playhouse), BAD JEWS (Roundabout), FULFILLMENT CENTER (MTC), RANCHO VIEJO (Playwrights’ Horizons), PLACEBO (Playwrights’ Horizons), WHAT RHYMES WITH AMERICA (Atlantic), SUITCASE and [SIC] (Soho Rep.), THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE (Dallas Theatre Center & The Public, HEARTLESS (Signature), 4000 MILES (LCT), THE UGLY ONE (Soho Rep.), BACK BACK BACK (MTC), EVERYTHING WILL BE DIFFERENT, CAT’S-PAW, THE YEAR OF THE BABY and MOLLY’S DREAM (all at Soho Rep.). Also revivals of A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (Arena Stage) and THE ADDING MACHINE (La Jolla Playhouse). Collaborators include Sam Shepard, Joshua Harmon, Abe Koogler, Dan LeFranc, Michael Friedman, Itamar Moses, Amy Herzog, Mark Schultz, Mac Wellman, Quincy Long and Maria Irene Fornes. Formerly the Artistic Director of Soho Rep. in New York (1998-2006) where he developed and produced world premieres by Richard Maxwell, Young Jean Lee, Thomas Bradshaw, Adam Bock, Anne Washburn and Jordan Harrison among many others. He has participated in development programs at Sundance Theater Lab, the O’Neill Playwrights’ Conference and New York Stage and Film. Upcoming: Emily Feldman’s THE BEST WE COULD (A FAMILY TRAGEDY) at MTC and David Adjmi’s STEREOPHONIC (CTG and Second Stage).