CPH Roe Green Fund for New American Plays
Meet The Playwrights! Introducing Chelsea Marcantel
Reared by Cajuns in southwest Louisiana, Chelsea Marcantel has lived and made theatre among the tribes of the Midwest, Appalachia, the Mid-Atlantic, and now the West Coast. In 2016, she completed a Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Fellowship at The Juilliard School. Her plays, which have been produced across the US and Canada, include "Airness," "Everything is Wonderful," "Tiny Houses," "Ladyish," and "Devour." Chelsea has been entrusted with teaching young minds at Virginia Intermont College and Emory & Henry College, and loved every minute of it. Chelsea is an avid self-producer, an enthusiastic member of The Writers Guild of America and The Dramatists Guild, and runs with a kick-ass group of activists called The Kilroys.
The Roe Green Fund for New American Plays is made possible thanks to a generous gift from visionary philanthropist Roe Green. Her support of CPH’s new play development programming, including the Roe Green Award and serving as honorary producer of New Ground Theatre Festival, has made CPH a preeminent incubator for important new American plays.
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