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A Modern Verse Translation of Shakespeare

Love’s Labour’s Lost

Playwright and Dramaturg

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    Josh Wilder is a playwright from Philadelphia. His work has been developed, commissioned, and produced at various regional theaters and festivals across the country including The Fire This Time Festival, New York Theatre Workshop, True Colors Theatre Company, The Kennedy Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 2015 O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, PlayPenn, Milwaukee Rep, Company One, and InterAct Theatre Company. Past awards include the Holland New Voices Award, The Lorraine Hansberry Award, The Rosa Parks Award, and The ASCAP Cole Porter Prize. Josh is a former Jerome Fellow and the first national recipient of the Jerome Many Voices Fellowship at The Playwrights’ Center. He has been in residence at The Royal Court Theatre ; Sundance at UCross; and served as Co-Artistic Director at The Yale Cabaret for its 50th season. MFA: Yale School of Drama. Member of The Dramatist Guild.

    Josh Wilder

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    Davina Moss serves as Literary Manager at Hampstead Theatre, London. Previous employment includes Public Theater and New Works at the Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. As a freelance dramaturg, her most recent projects include the first production of The Merchant of Venice in the Venetian ghetto with Italian-American theatre collective Compagnia de’ Colombari. She holds an MFA in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism from the Yale School of Drama, where her credits include ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore, Macbeth, The Oresteia, Tiny, and Clybourne Park.

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Production History

  • 2020

    Apr. 3 2020

    • FIRST READS: An Online Educational Series

      A livestreamed exploration of Titus Andronicus featuring actors from across the country under the direction of Lavina Jadhwani.

    • Produced by:

      Play On!

  • 2019

    Jun. 2 2019

    • Play On! Festival NYC

      Rehearsal and Staged Reading directed by Nelson T. Eusebio III with full cast as part of the Play On! Translation Festival in NYC.

    • Produced by:

      Play On! / Classic Stage / Oregon Shakespeare Festival

  • 2017

    Aug. 9 2017

    • Translation Workshop

      Work session directed by Nelson Eusebio with full cast in NYC.