Kirsten Greenidge is a Village Voice/Obie Award winner and a recent PEN/America Laura Pels Award recipient. She is the author of Luck of the Irish premiered at the Huntington in 2011), Splendor, Bossa Nova, Milk Like Sugar, Rust, Sans-Culottes in the Promised Land, 103 Within the Veil, and The Gibson Girl. She has developed her work at Sundance (Utah and Ucross), Magic Theatre, National New Play Network, Cardinal Stage, South Coast Repertory, Madison Repertory Theatre, Page 73 Productions, Hourglass Group, Bay Area Playwrights, Playwrights Horizons, New Dramatists, Mark Taper Forum, ASK, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, Guthrie Theater, Mixed Blood Theatre, McCarter Theatre Center, Humana Festival of New American Plays, Moxie Theatre, and New Georges. She is a Huntington Playwriting Fellow, a recipient of an NEA/TCG residency at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, and was playwright-in-residence at Company One Theatre. She has also received Sundance’s Time Warner Award for Bossa Nova. Ms. Greenidge attended Wesleyan University and the University of Iowa’s Playwrights Workshop. A member of Rhombus and an alumna member of New Dramatists, she is currently working on commissions from LCT3, Goodman Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, ArtsEmerson, Big Ten, the Huntington's Education Department, and the Kennedy Center. Her play Milk Like Sugar will be performed at the Huntington in January 2016.
(As of June 2015)