Allison Gregory is an award-winning playwright and theatre collaborator. Her plays have been produced all over the country and she has received commissions, grants, and development from Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Repertory, The Kennedy Center, Indiana Repertory Theatre, and Skirball-Kenis Foundation, ACT Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare, The New Harmony Project, and Hedgebrook. She's the recipient of the Julie Harris Award, South Coast Repertory's Playwright's Award, AATE Distinguished Play Award, and Garland & Dramalogue Awards. Her play Not Medea received a 2016 National New Play Network (NNPN) Rolling World Premiere, and Wild Horses will receive an NNPN RWP in '17-18. Her plays are published by Playscripts, Smith & Krauss, Dramatic Publishing, and Rain City Press. She splits her time between Austin and Seattle. http://allisongregoryplays.com
It’s the 70’s, there’s music and make-outs and freedom is just out of reach. Wild Horsesis a savagely-funny play about a threshold summer that forever alters one adolescent girl, as portrayed by her grown-up self. Complex and timeless, this is a coming-of-age story for all generations. The pathos and hubris of teenage years, the struggle for identity, independence, and authenticity, and the desire to find her place in a complicated world — it all come rushing at us as she takes us on the ride of her life.
Allison Gregory has been selected for a seven-theatre commission, adapting the favorite children's book Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Adventure. Read about it:
Following its NNPN Rolling World Premiere at B Street Theatre, Contemporary Amercian Theater Festival, and Perseverance Theatre, Allison Gregory's acclaimed play Not Medea has been published by Playscripts, Inc. Info: https://www.playscripts.com/play/3060
Core Member Allison Gregory's play Wild Horses receives its third of four 2017 National New Play Network Rolling World Premieres at Vortex Theatre in November, followed by New Jersey Repertory Theatre's production in February.