Matthew Capodicasa is currently a fellow in the Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program at the Juilliard School. His plays include You Remind Me of You, Frelmetsch the Maneater, The City in the City in the City, Vessels, All the People You’ve Been, Chaos and Caesar Salad, and Of Our Own. His work has been presented or developed at the Kennedy Center, the National New Play Network, Primary Stages, the Flea Theater, the Abingdon Theatre, the Great Plains Theatre Conference, the Bluebarn Theatre, the Bloomington Playwrights Project, Theater Masters, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Capitol Fringe, Fordham University, and NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing. He is the recipient of the Woodward/Newman Drama Award, and his plays have been finalists for the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and the Heideman Award. His work has been published by Samuel French, and his fiction has appeared in West 10th. You can also hear him nerd out on two podcasts: The Glass Cannon Podcast and Androids & Aliens. BFA, NYU/Tisch. MFA, Fordham/Primary Stages. He currently teaches at Fordham University.
Plays Written At Juilliard
An out-of-work actor lands a gig doing improv with active-duty cops, training them to respond to people with mental illness in emotional crisis.
When an exact copy of their city appears inverted above them in the sky, four people must work together with their doppelgängers from the other city to avert a disaster.
A dying woman in her seventies participates in an experimental drug trial that reverse-ages her body back to youth.