Amlin Gray

Play in the PNA Catalogue

> Don Quixote


Graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York (Richard Burton Scholarship, ADAM Award). Professional course, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London. His plays, which include How I Got That Story, The Fantod, Wormwood, Kingdom Come, and Mickey's Teeth, have been produced throughout the United States and in Canada, England, Scotland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, India, and Japan; won an OBIE Award and fellowships with the Guggenheim Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts; translated plays and other writings from Spanish, German, French, and Greek and wrote texts, in company collaboration or independently, for performance by the London Mime Theatre, the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Eureka Theatre (San Francisco), Steptanz Theater Basel, and Noche Flamenca (Madrid and New York); playwright in residence at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater for seven years and dramaturge of Berkeley Repertory Theatre for two; currently a member of the Dramatists Guild, an alumnus of New Dramatists, and former board member for Theatre Communications Group and the Dramatists Play Service; as a freelance dramaturge, worked with the Midland Playwrights Conference on new plays and productions with the Huntington Theatre (Boston) and Atlanta's Georgia Shakespeare Festival. SLC, 2005.