Ali MacLean has won the 2020 David Sedaris Humor Writing Competition, presented by CAP UCLA. MacLean’s short story, The Land Of Milk And Honey is one of three winners in the 11th annual competition, which is in honor of the prolific humor writer. Sedaris, author of over 12 books and frequent contributor on NPR, is … More MacLean winner of the David Sedaris Humor Writing Prize
Ali MacLean’s poignant and heartbreaking take on the aftermath of a mass shooting had it’s Road Theatre debut Monday night before a rapt audience. The show, which was directed by veteran director Casey Stangl (Pasadena Playhouse, LaJolla Playhouse, Guthrie Theatre, South Coast Repertory, and the Humana Festival), and produced by Spark Theatrical, was Maclean’s first … More Wolves At The Door a Rousing Success at The Road Theatre
Love is the drug and Hugo and Gen are junkies in Ali MacLean’s play This Will Be Our Year. Debut performance with Rob Nagle Ben Huth Ali MacLean Christine Hamilton-Schmidt and Lauren Campedelli. Directed by John Ennis. It debuts Sunday, January 19th at 7pm at Ensemble Studio Theatre LA.
The Los Angeles premiere of Ali MacLean’s award-winning play SHE’S NOT THERE performed to packed houses at the Zephyr Theatre this past week as part of SHE NYC Arts / SHE LA Arts Summer Theatre Festival. SHE’S NOT THERE was selected by She LA Arts, which supports the creation and production of powerful, and commercially … More She’s Not There Wins BEST PLAY At SHE LA ARTS Theater Festival
Ali MacLean and her play She’s Not There were featured in Broadway World in the run-up to the play’s performances in the She NYC Arts Theatre festival later this summer. Tickets on sale soon!
I’m happy to announce that my play Wolves At The Door is a finalist in the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center National Playwrights Conference. It is tough competition – over 1400 entries – so I am super honored. Thanks to Wendy and everyone on the committee. #femaleplaywrights #theatre #lathtr#writersofinstagram #writers The Dramatists Guild of America
Ali was interviewed by Voyage LA magazine. Voyage profiles “LA’s most inspiring stories, L.A creatives and local artists”. The article discusses Ali’s writing career, her recent TV and web projects, winning the Gassner playwriting prize, gender parity, and where she sees the industry headed. You can check the article out here.