Adam Szymkowicz

Adam Szymkowicz’s plays have been produced throughout the US, and in Canada, England, Wales, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Greece, Mexico, Turkey, South Korea, Thailand, Sweden, Austria, Slovenia, and Lithuania.

Published plays include Deflowering Waldo, Pretty Theft, Food For Fish, Hearts Like Fists, Incendiary, Clown Bar, The Why Overhead, Adventures of Super Margaret, 7 Ways To Say I Love You, Rare Birds, Marian Or The True Tale of Robin Hood, Kodachrome, Mercy, The Bookstore, Old Fashioned Cold Fusion, The Parking Lot, The Night Children, and Nerve. His plays are published by Dramatists Play Service, Samuel French, Playscripts, Broadway Play Publishing, Stage Partners, and Original Works Publishing and are featured in numerous Smith and Kraus and Applause books.

He was the premier Resident Playwright at the Chance Theater in Anaheim, California, and the first playwright to participate in Bloomington Playwrights Project’s Square One Series. He has been to the Orchard Project and to JAW at Portland Center Stage, served twice as Playwright in Residence at the William Inge Center, and twice as a Dramatists Guild Foundation’s Traveling Master. Szymkowicz received two grants from the Conneticut Commission on Culture and Tourism and has been commissioned by South Coast Rep, Rising Phoenix, Texas State University, the NOLA Project, Single Carrot Theater, Majestic Rep, the Chance Theater, and Flux Theatre Ensemble.

Adam received a Playwright’s Diploma from the Juilliard School’s Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program and an MFA from Columbia University, where he was the Dean’s Fellow. Szymkowicz is a two-time Lecomte du Nouy Prize winner, a member of the Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild of America, and was a member of Primary Stages’s Dorothy Strelsin New American Writers Group, the MCC Playwrights’ Coalition, and of the very first Ars Nova Play Group.

He has interviewed over 1100 playwrights on his blog.

For more, go to www.adamszymkowicz.com.

Plays by Adam Szymkowicz