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. … More Ali MacLean profiled in Voyage LA magazine
Ali MacLean’s serio-comic award-winning play She’s Not There, which tackles depression and how it can affect a relationship, will be presented as part of Cuckoo Bang’s Bits New Playwrights night in London on April 16th. Cuckoo Bang is a theatre company that works to create bold, dynamic work with the best emerging and established talent … More She’s Not There Gets a London Debut
Ali’s half hour dark comedy, Lady Killer, which also received the Writers For Writers fellowship, will be advancing to the semifinalist round of the WeScreenplay Diverse Voices Competition. WESCREENPLAY.COM Announcing the Diverse Voices Fall 2018 Semifinalists – WeScreenplay Before we announce the semifinalists, we’re very excited to announce that everyone who submitted their … More Dark comedy Lady Killer advances in WeScreenplay Diverse Voices Screenwriting Lab
ScreenCraft has recognized She’s Not There as a quarter-finalist in their Stage Play competition. She’s Not There has also been a Semi-Finalist for the Gary Marshall Theatre New Works Festival, a Finalist for the Dennis and Victoria Ross Foundation Playwrights Program, and was the winner of the 2018 John Gassner Playwriting Award. SCREENCRAFT.ORG Announcing the 2018 ScreenCraft … More She’s Not There advances in ScreenCraft competition.
As part of EST/LA’s Winterfest Playreading Series, She’s Not There, by Ali MacLean, delves into the struggle, battle, and ultimate repercussions mental illness has not only on the victim, but to all those in her life as well. With Paul McKinney, Lizzie Peet, J.P. Manx, Anil Margsahayam, Keith Szarabajka, J.P. Manoux, John Ennis, Kathleen … More She’s Not There – a play by Ali MacLean, debuts at Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Winterfest
It’s prom weekend in Hollywood and the parties and secret shows leading up to the Grammys have already begun. Why anyone would leave their house for a secret Black Eyed Peas show after their disaster at the Super Bowl last week, is beyond me, but someone is still buying their albums. If you can give … More Grammys: Meet the New Prom King, Same As The Old Prom King
This year, South By Southwest was even more of a business trip for me. Not a search and destroy mission of boys, bands, and booze as it was for a lot of my friends. I had notes and cards, I had a freaking power point presentation…would I find the time to enjoy some aural pleasure? … More The Good, The Bad, and The Courtney – A Mini Review of SXSW