Morgan Green + Milo Cramer
Theater artists Morgan Green and Milo Cramer (NYC) will cross-examine the jury selection process, in which strangers are exposed to communal scrutiny towards an unknown fate in JURY DUTY, a celebration of our most theatrical democratic ritual. In this stuffy room sans electronics, the execution of justice is tied to your own personal myth, your experiences, your biases, and the sincerity with which you confront them. It’s long; bring a snack.
BAC Space Resident Artist
Morgan Green is a theater director and co-founder of the Brooklyn-based company, New Saloon Theater Company. Recent credits include The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe (Marin Theatre Company), Cute Activist by Milo Cramer (The Bushwick Starr), The Music Man by Meredith Wilson (Sharon Playhouse), Far Away by Caryl Churchill (Sharon Playhouse), and Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time (The Public Theater).
Morgan was the Associate Director for Amelie, A New Musical on Broadway, directed by Pam MacKinnon. She is a New Georges Affiliated Artist, an alum of the Lincoln Center Director’s Lab and Williamstown Theater Festival Directing Core, and a 2014-2015 Bob Moss Directing Resident at Playwrights Horizons. She received the New York Innovative Theater Award for Outstanding Directing in 2017.
Milo Cramer is a playwright and co-founder of New Saloon Theater Company. His plays include Cute Activist (The Bushwick Starr/Clubbed Thumb), Apology Circle (Ars Nova PlayGroup), Business Ideas (Mabou Mines Resident Artist Program), William Shakespeare's Mom (The Brick, Ars Nova AntFest), I'm Miserable but Change Scares Me (Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Brick), and Barnes and Noble Open Mic (developed at SPACE on Ryder Farm).
With New Saloon, Milo co-created Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time (The Public Theater, The Sharon Playhouse, The Invisible Dog). Milo is an alum of the SoHo Rep Writer/Director Lab, and under commission from Playwrights Horizons.
Photos: Maria Baranova, Diana Mino