Sherry Kramer’s plays are often about repair of the world—How Water Behaves (Core Writer workshop 2016) and The Bay of Fundy (Ruth Easton workshop 2010)—are part of her ongoing conversation with America about what money means and the shape of charity in the modern world. Other works include When Something Ends (Humana Festival), The Wall of Water (Yale Rep), David’s RedHaired Death (Woolly Mammoth), What a Man Weighs (NY Second Stage), The World at Absolute Zero (EST Marathon). She has been awarded NEA, NYFA, McKnight Fellowships, the Weissberger Award, and the Jane Chambers Playwriting Award. She teaches playwriting at Bennington College and often in the MFA programs of the Iowa Playwrights Workshop and The Michener Center for Writers, UT Austin. She was the first national member of New Dramatists.
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