about the play
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playwrite / director


playwrite / director

KAREN MULLEN (Playwright) received her B.A. in Theater Arts at UMass/Boston before moving to New York City. Most recently, she won the John Golden award while studying with Tina Howe at Hunter College. Her full-length black comedy, Everything’s Relative, was given a well-received reading at The Neighborhood Playhouse. Karen wrote the Digital Short Introduction to EVERYTHING’S RELATIVE the play. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

WENDY DAVIDSON (Director/Producer) Wendy works on Broadway, Off-Broadway, NBC, ABC, CBS She is an active member in I.A.T.S.E Local One Stagehand and SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers) and has used her technical theatrical experience to enrich her development and direction of new plays. Wendy has a unique perspective on all aspects of making theatre, and is committed to bringing new plays to the theatre. Other associations include The Writers Theatre, Directors Group, The Workshop At The Neighborhood Playhouse.

As a founding member of The Turnip Festival Company, Wendy served as Literary Manager for two years. Wendy directed numerous shows on theatre row at the Samuel Beckett, Harold Clurman, Judith Anderson, Alice’s 4th Floor, P.S. 122, EST, The Madison Avenue Theatre, TADA, The Writers Theatre and The Neighborhood Playhouse.

In film medium she directed ONLY LOVE, a music video featuring Diane Ponzio, and was an assistant director on two independent dramatic short films, DRYADS by Brian Porzak and JEAN by Linda Barker Laundra. Wendy was assistant editor on MY NAME IS RABBITT AND I DON'T KNOW WHY..., an award winning short film By Elke Rosthal.

Wendy hails from Boston, MA. She began her work in TV at WGBH, Boston on numerous shows including Julia Child & Company, The Scarlet Letter and two Jean Shepard movies for Great Performances. Wendy's first theatre work was at ART (American Repertory Company) in Cambridge.