Allen Lang

Published plays include Chimera and White Buffalo in the French performance journal, Collages and Bricollages. Recipient of the Lipkin Playwright Award and Drury College Playwright Award. Plays produced in New York City at La Mama and other venues; directed plays in New York and regionally; acted and directed in New York City, in Yonkers at the Hudson River Museum, and in regional theatre, on radio, television and film. Established The River Theatre Company in Central Wisconsin with a company of eclectic players from all walks of life. Directed and toured with the works of Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco, Slawomir Mrozek, David Lindsay Abaire, John Patrick Shanley, Terrence McNally, Wendy Wasserstein, David Ives. Performances were presented on NPR and in lofts, shopping malls, bus stops, parking lots, abandoned stores, and traditional venues. Conducted theatre and creative writing workshops for participants of all ages in New York City, South America, and throughout the United States. Recipient of grants from the National Endowment of the Arts and The Wisconsin Council of the Arts. Co-director of Sarah Lawrence College Theatre Outreach and creative director of the Sarah Lawrence Theatre program 2007-2010. SLC, 1998–

Undergraduate discipline: Theatre
Graduate program: MFA Theatre Program

Courses taught in Theatre

Courses taught in MFA Theatre Program

  • Methods of Theatre Outreach
  • Methods of Theatre Outreach—Group B
  • Methods of Theatre Outreach

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