Adam Kraar's plays include New
World Rhapsody (commissioned by Manhattan Theatre Club; winner of the
2001 Reva Shiner Award); The Spirit House (Finalist, 2002 Actors Theatre
of Louisville Humana Festival; premiered at Performance Network in Ann
Arbor); The Princess Of President Street, which premiered at Illinois
Theatre Center; Storm In The Iron Box (National Play Award runner-up),
and The Lost Cities of Asher (Fellowship from New River Dramatists).
Adam was a Playwriting Fellow in Residence at Manhattan Theatre Club.
His plays have been produced and developed in New York by Ensemble Studio
Theatre, Primary Stages, N.Y. Stage and Film, N.Y. Shakespeare Festival,
Cherry Lane Theatre, H.B. Playwrights Foundation (where he is a member
of the Playwrights Unit), and Theatreworks U.S.A.; and regionally at Geva
Theatre, N.Y. State Theatre Institute, Key West Theatre Festival, and
others. Recently, Adam was playwright-in-residence at the William
Inge Center for the Arts.
Adam Kraar's plays have won awards from the National Repertory Theatre
Foundation, Sewanee Writers' Conference, New Century Writer Awards
and the Southeastern Theatre Conference; and received fellowships from
the Shenandoah Playwrights' Retreat, and the Millay Colony. His
plays are published by Dramatic Publishing, Smith & Kraus, and Sundance
Publishers. Adam grew up in India, Thailand, Singapore and the U.S.,
earned an M.F.A. from Columbia University, and lives in Brooklyn with
his wife Karen.
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