Dan Kitrosser directed Alissa Jessup’s one-woman show, an ArtsWatch highlight.
Dan Kitrosser directed Alissa Jessup’s one-woman show CHOSEN for Fertile Ground.
Streaming February 7-15, 2021.
Willamette Week says: “Chosen chronicles a trip Jessup took to Colfax, Wash., where she first met Donna. I expected the journey to lead to a rumination on nature and nurture, but Jessup has no time for binary simplicities—her performance overflows with love for both the mother who raised her and the mother who gave birth to her. Spoiling the rest of Chosen would be abominable, which is just as well—the show is difficult to talk about, think about or write about without weeping.”
Smith & Kraus will feature pieces by Dan Kitrosser and Sara Jean Accuardi in two publications: The Best Women’s Stage Monologues 2021 and The Best Men’s Stage Monologues 2021.
Have a listen! Dan Kitrosser and E. M. Lewis contributed to this group piece by nine playwrights and screenwriters.
LineStorm is busy preparing for PATA’s Fertile Ground!
You Ruined My Play or, Svetlana! Svetlana!
Lunchtime (and Evening) Readings @ Artists Rep
Jan. 24 – Jan. 31, NOON, and Feb. 1, 5:30 p.m., 2019
FREE! Just show up.
New ten-minute and full-length plays by LineStorm Playwrights.
Four LineStormers are teaching classes this fall:
Write a Movie
Taught by: Dan Kitrosser
The Ape Theater workshop
Sept. 6 – Oct. 11
Telling Your Story for the Stage
Taught by: E.M. Lewis
Artists Rep workshop
Sept. 15 – Nov. 10
Writing and Submitting the 10-Minute Play
Taught by: Lolly Ward
PATA workshop at Artists Rep
Sept. 18 & 25
Getting to Know Your Inner Character
Taught by: Josie Seid
MediaRites Theatre Diaspora acting workshop at Reed College
Screenwriting for Playwrights
Taught by: Dan Kitrosser
Portland Center Stage workshop
Oct. 13 & 14
The Portland Civic Theatre Guild announced its winner and finalists for their 2019 New Play Award:
*Winner: SHAKESPEARE’S SKULL by Rich Rubin
*Finalist: THE OLD FOREVER NEW THINGS by Dan Kitrosser
…with 24 hours to write a new ten-minute play.
The results of Dan Kitrosser, Josie Seid, and Lolly Ward’s all-night efforts hit the stage in Profile’s “Time’s Up” 24-Hour Play Fest, July 2, 2018.
Come taunt us with how awake you are.
Tribeca Film Festival calls Dan Kitrosser’s screenplay for WE THE ANIMALS a “visionary adaptation.”
Congratulations to Dan! The film he co-wrote, WE THE ANIMALS, won the NEXT Innovator Prize at Sundance and has been acquired by The Orchard (the indie studio partnered with MoviePass)! The film tied for the prize with the other film Dan worked on that went to Sundance, NIGHT COMES ON.