Eboni Booth is a writer and actress from New York City, where she is currently a playwriting fellow at Juilliard. Her play Paris will have its premiere as part of Atlantic Theater’s 2019/2020 season. Her work has been developed with Clubbed Thumb, Cape Cod Theater Project, Two River Theater, Northern Stage, and WP Theater. As an actress, some of Eboni’s credits include Dance Nation (Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Drama Desk Award), After the Blast (LCT3/Lincoln Center), Fulfillment Center (Manhattan Theater Club), Sundown Yellow Moon (Ars Nova, WP), Ultimate Beauty Bible (Page 73), Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Soho Rep.), The Cider House Rules (Atlantic Theater), and more. Her television appearances include “The Good Fight,” “The Americans,” “Instinct,” “Show Me a Hero” and “Daredevil.” Film credits include Larry (upcoming). Eboni is an alum of Clubbed Thumb’s Emerging Writers Group and Two River Theater’s Writers Group, and she is a graduate of the University of Vermont.
Plays Written At Juilliard
An estranged mother and daughter rent a cabin in the woods and must fight for survival when they are offered as a sacrifice to the town's one-handed ghost, Crazy Annie.
At a big-box store in a small town in Vermont, everyone is overworked and underpaid. A play about feeling invisible and the sweet, brief feeling of relief that comes from putting your feet up after a long day.
On a snowy February night, Meisha gets a knock on her front door. An old friend has resurfaced, and as Meisha tries to make sense of the surprise visit, she realizes she has to reevaluate what she remembers about her past in order to imagine her future.