Watch and download Play at Home scripts here.
Watch Josie Seid discuss her play here.
Watch Sara Jean Accuardi discuss her play here.
Read more about these new pieces from Sara Jean Accuardi, E. M. Lewis, Anya Pearson, and Josie Seid in this Broadway World article.
Orphic presents Josie Seid’s commissioned play, a contemporary adaptation of THE MADNESS OF HERAKLES:
PATH OF GLORY: A promising young athlete is plagued with nightmare-inducing guilt.
January 25, 2020, @ 7:30 p.m. @ Shout House
Reserve your seat: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students for Cultural Inclusion in the Theater (SCIT) and L&C Theatre Department present a workshop production of PETITE DAMES by Josie Seid.
Friday, November 15, 2019
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fir Acres Black Box Theatre
Josie Seid will be adapting the tragedy HERAKLES, by Euripides, for Orphic, lending her modern voice to the ancient tale.
LineStorm’s Bimonthly Reading Series continues with a modern retelling of the Greek tragedy HECUBA, reimagined from an African American perspective and tied together with original music.
THE GREAT GOD OF THE DARK STORM CLOUD by Josie Seid
Monday, May 20, 2019, 7:30 p.m., free
Artists Repertory Theatre
Generously supported by Ronni Lacroute
Funded in part by the Regional Arts & Culture Council
Catch A DARK SKY FULL OF STARS by Don Zolidis, and directed by our own Josie Seid.
See her monologue, one of six from Theatre Diaspora, February 7-10 at PSU’s Lincoln Hall.
And read the excellent press in Oregon ArtsWatch: “But the tale that sticks with me most is the opener, Seid’s Being Me in the Current America. Being safe and being black, it may not come as a surprise, do not easily coexist.”