Madhuri was born in California and grew up in India, with a couple of quick detours in Singapore and London. She is thrilled to have her first professional production be at the Alliance Theatre. In Love and Warcraft won the 2013/14 Alliance/ Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition, and in February Madhuri will see the world premiere of her play A Nice Indian Boy at East West Players in Los Angeles. She is a finalist for the 2013 Princess Grace Playwriting Fellowship and the 2013 Many Voices Fellowship at the Playwrights’ Center, and is a member of the Center Theatre Group’s 2013-14 Writers’ Workshop. She received her M.F.A. in dramatic writing from USC, and divides her time between Los Angeles and Chennai, India.
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Each year we invite members of the Atlanta Miracle League to attend the final dress rehearsal of A Christmas Carol.
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- @Ann_Niobe It was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, called the "Tulsa Disaster" & happened in Greenwood. It hasn’t been performed elsewhere yet.
- @Ann_Niobe Hi Ann, it was False Creeds by Darren Cannady. He's a fantastic writer.
- Bull Durham is #2 on the @EW list of "12 Plays/Musicals We Can't Wait to See This Fall!" Are you coming? t.co/9PW9cCcEAk