Doris Baizley

Doris Baizley is a founding member of LA Theatre Works and worked at the Mark Taper Forum as resident playwright for the ITP Company for young audiences and dramaturg for the Other Voices Program for theatre artists with disabilities. Her plays Mrs. California, Tears of Rage, A Christmas Carol, Guns, and Shiloh Rules have been produced in US regional theaters including A Contemporary Theatre, The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, Peoples' Light and Theatre Company, and The Mark Taper Forum. Recent collaborative and documentary plays include: The Mikado Project, co-written with Ken Narasaki, winner of the 2009 Pacific Rim Playwriting Award; PH*reaks, co-written with Victoria Ann Lewis; SEXSTING, co-written with defense attorney Susan Raffanti, winner of the Guthrie Theatre/Playwrights' Center Two-Headed Challenge Grant, produced at the Salt Lake Acting Company in 2007; Peace Crimes: The Minnesota Eight vs. The War, produced by The History Theatre and the U. of Minnesota in 2008; and One Day/Sarah House, 2009 Santa Barbara Independent Award for original script.

Plays by Doris Baizley