Rebekah Maggor

Rebekah Maggor is a director, translator, performer, theatre scholar, and playwright. She is a former Huntington Playwriting Fellow and was last seen by Huntington audiences in her one-woman play Shakespeare’s Actresses in America (2008). Her plays and translations have had readings and productions at the American Repertory Theater, the New York Theater Workshop, the Old Vic in London, and the Huntington Theatre Company. Ms. Maggor has received grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Theatre Communications Group, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and the Fulbright Middle East and North Africa Regional Research Program. She is co-editor and co-translator of the forthcoming anthology Tahrir Tales: Plays from the Egyptian Revolution. She has taught theatre and performance at Vanderbilt University and Harvard University and is currently an affiliated scholar at the Charles Warren Center at Harvard University.

(As of January 2016)

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