Photo by Jody Christopherson

Photo by Jody Christopherson

About

Casey Llewellyn is a playwright whose work interrogates identity, collectivity and form. She is a current Jerome Fellow at The Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis. Works include: O, Earth (commissioned and produced by The Foundry Theatre at HERE, 2016), I Am Bleeding All Over the Place: A Living History Tour (conceived by Brooke O'Harra, co-written with her, La Mama, 2016), The Body which is the Town, Come in. Be with me. Don't touch me., Zaide!Obsession PieceThe Quiet WayExisting Conditions (co-written with Claudia Rankine), and I Love Dick, an adaptation for theater of the book by Chris Kraus. Her essay "What We Could Do With Writing" appears in The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind, edited by Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, and Max King Cap. Her collaboration with Rankine "Theatre of Intimacy and Abandon" appears in Imagined Theatres: Writing for a Theoretical Stage, edited by Daniel Sack. Casey has an MFA from Brown University where she studied with Erik Ehn. She is a New Georges Affiliated Artist and a member of the advisory board of The Racial Imaginary Institute. She also has a coaching practice working with artists, activists, and philanthropists to create life sustainability as they work for big change.


You can write me at PublicEmotions[at]gmail.com

If you want to see my CV, you can download it here.