Sold Out performance of Sullen Girl for Dramatists Guild Footlights

The Dramatists Guild of America Footlights, SoCal reading of MacLean’s latest play, “Sullen Girl”, was SOLD OUT! Sullen Girl is a beautifully, brutally unflinching look at abuse and trauma and the “survival mechanisms” we develop that threaten to destroy us. The stellar cast featured: Alexandra Hellquist, Adam J. Smith, Rob Nagle, Daisuke Tsuji, Matthew Hancock, … More Sold Out performance of Sullen Girl for Dramatists Guild Footlights

This Will Be Our Year to join SHE LA ARTS festival

  As announced in BroadwayWorld, MAclean and her buzzy rock-n-roll Greek tragedy This Will Be Our Year, will join the SHE LA ARTS Theater Festival. Via BroadwayWorld: The SheNYC, SheLA, and SheATL Summer Theater Festivals will adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic by moving all programming to a live-streamed staged reading format. The selected pieces will record … More This Will Be Our Year to join SHE LA ARTS festival

This Will Be Our Year Debuts at Ensemble Studio Theatre

Ali MacLean’s Rock n Roll Greek tragedy debuted to a packed theater at Atwater Village Theater Sunday night and received rave reviews. This Will Be Our Year, which follows the toxic love affair of Hugo (Rob Nagle), a British rock star, and Gen (Ali MacLean) a New York designer, took the audience at Ensemble Studio … More This Will Be Our Year Debuts at Ensemble Studio Theatre

She’s Not There – a play by Ali MacLean, debuts at Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Winterfest

  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

Cassettes Won’t Listen launches a Beat Kanye site – It’s On!

Here’s a throw down for the ages…Cassettes is challenging Mr. West to an internet duel. We all know how graceful Kanye is under pressure…and since I often enjoy watching egos implode, I highly suggest you log on and help CWL beat Kanye. Plus, it could provoke a “George Bush hates black people” truthiness response…fingers crossed. Cassettes … More Cassettes Won’t Listen launches a Beat Kanye site – It’s On!