Walt McGough

Walt McGough is a playwright that recently wrote The Case of the Emerald Necklace, in partnership with the Emerald Necklace Conservancy and Sherlock's Last Case (2018) at the Huntington. His Non-Player Character (2015) has previously been produced by the Huntington as part of the Breaking Ground Festival of new plays. His plays The Farm and Priscilla Dreams the Answer (recently published by Playscripts) are past Independent Reviewers of New England Award nominees. He has worked around the country with Boston Playwrights Theatre, Fresh Ink, Boston Actors Theatre, Sideshow Theatre Company, The Orfeo Group, Nu Sass Productions, Chicago Dramatists, and The Second City Chicago. Mr. McGough was the 2011 recipient of the Best Comedy Award from the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC and was named one of The Boston Globe’s 2012 Artists on the Rise. He received the Kennedy Center’s 2010 Ken Ludwig Scholarship and the O’Nell Playwrights 2010 Conference’s writing fellowship and was a finalist for ACTF’s John Cauble Short Play and ten-minute awards. He was previously Company Manager at Chicago Dramatists, and currently serves on staff at the SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston. He is also a founding ensemble member of Slideshow Theatre Company, for which he acts as Literary Manager. Mr. McGough received an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and an MFA in Playwriting from Boston University. He currently teaches playwriting at the Boston Center for Adult Education.

(As of October 2018)

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