CLUBBED THUMB

In 2016, I joined the board of off-off-Broadway theatre company Clubbed Thumb. I am incredibly proud of being a tiny part of this wonderful organization. 

Clubbed Thumb commissions, develops and produces funny, strange and provocative new plays by living American writers. Since its founding in 1996, the company has earned five Obies including the Ross Wetzsteon Award for sustained artistic excellence. 

 

 

CREDITS

Theatre: Clubbed Thumb
Role: Executive Board

Artistic Director: Maria Striar
Managing Director: Sarah McLellan
Associate Artistic Director: Michael Bulger

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Jill Goodson Bishop
John C. Bishop, Jr. (Vice-Chair) 
Erin Courtney (Secretary) 
Fred Dassori
Jason Ferguson
Nina Hellman
Arne Jokela
Pam MacKinnon (Chair) 
Kyle Sarausky (Treasurer) 
Josh Silverman
Maria Striar
David Tecson

PRESS

New York Times Nurturing a Theater of the Weird

PLAYWRIGHTS HORIZONS CO-PRODUTION

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A smart, funny, poignant meditation on gender and historical memory, speaking as convincingly to our own time as any drama set in the present.
— Miriam Felton-Dansky, Village Voice, Review of Men on Boats, 2016
 

SUMMERWORKS 2018

  Tin Cat Shoes

Tin Cat Shoes

  Wilder Gone

Wilder Gone

  Plano

Plano

It’s hard not to be moved, and challenged.
— Jesse Green, New York Times, Review of Wilder Gone, 2018
 

SUMMERWORKS 2017

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Surely the most likably idiosyncratic assortment of women gathered on a New York stage.

New York Times ‘Critics’ Pick’
— Ben Brantley, New York Times, Review of Of Government, 2017
 

SUMMERWORKS 2016

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Strikingly bold and assured.

New York Times ‘Critics’ Pick’
— Ben Brantley, New York Times, Review of The Tomb of King Tot, 2016
Impeccably inane.

New York Times ‘Critics’ Pick’
— Ben Brantley, New York Times, Review of Tumacho, 2016