Lucas Hnath (Photo Credit, Zack DeZon.)

Lucas Hnath (Photo Credit, Zack DeZon.)

Friday February 5, 2016 at 7pm
Saturday February 6, 2016 at 11am

Lucas Hnath has written plays about The Clintons, Isaac Newton, and Walt Disney. He will lead a workshop looking at how to write a play about a famous person (and really how to write a play about yourself.)

Lucas Hnath wrote the play A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney which featured in the 2013 Soho Rep. season.


You’re invited to become a creator and collaborator at our home on Walker Street during WRITE WITH US, a festival of free workshops with writers who have recieved productions at Soho Rep. Each playwright will share their unique creative process with you, and beginners are welcome.

Classes are open to 60 participants. If sold out, a digital waitlist will open up on www.sohorep.org the week fo WRITE WITH US.

All workshops are free.


Lucas Hnath’s plays include The Christians (2014 Humana Festival), Red Speedo(Studio Theatre, DC), A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney (Soho Rep), nightnight (2013 Humana Festival), Isaac’s Eye (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Death Tax (2012 Humana Festival, Royal Court Theatre), and The Courtship of Anna Nicole Smith (Actors Theatre of Louisville). Lucas has been a resident playwright at New Dramatists since 2011 and is a proud member of Ensemble Studio Theatre. Lucas is a winner of the 2012 Whitfield Cook Award for Isaac’s Eye and a 2013 Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award Citation for Death Tax. He is also a recipient of commissions from the EST/Sloan Project, Actors Theatre of Louisville, South Coast Repertory, Playwrights Horizons, New York University’s Graduate Acting Program, and the Royal Court Theatre.

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2 Responses to “Write With Us (2016): Lucas Hnath in focus”

  1. Joe Caliguire says:

    I would like to register for this seminar.

    • Soho Rep. says:

      Registration opens Friday January 15th on our website at 10am. Please check back then. Thank You for your interest.
      –Soho Rep.

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