Ann Morrissett Davidon

Ann Morrissett Davidon has been a playwright member of the Philadelphia Dramatists Center and the Brick Playhouse for the past decade. Earlier, she was a Writing Fellow at the MacDowell Colony. Her articles, essays, stories, and poems have appeared in many national publications and in Europe, where she lived off and on for over seven years. Two of her plays, about Leonardo da Vinci and Copernicus, were produced on public radio in New York and Philadelphia. Her first stage play, a semi-musical, Getting Up and Getting Dressed, was produced at Theater Center Philadelphia in 1980. She has had short plays in Brick and PDC showcase productions, and in 1997 was given a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts award for scriptwriting. In 2001 her one-act play Words Like Doves was staged by Love Creek Productions in New York, and in 2002 the same group staged her full-length play Safe Places. [Playscripts, Inc. regrets to announce that Ms. Davidon has passed away.]

Plays by Ann Morrissett Davidon