Enid Graham is a writer and actress living in New York City and a second-year playwright in the Juilliard School’s Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program. Most recently, her short play for Zoom, Do Not Go, My Love, was performed in the Hudson Stage Company’s online reading series. Also, her play Golden was presented in audio format for The Falconworks Theater Company. In 2019, What Martha Did received a preview production in the Launch Pad series at UCSB. Her play Ruth was recently seen at the 2018 National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, the New TACTics 2017 New Play Festival in NYC, and the Sacred Monsters Summer Reading Series in Los Angeles, California. What Martha Did was a finalist for the 2015 National Playwrights Conference and a semi-finalist in the Blue Ink Playwriting Festival in Chicago. Her other plays include: Pathological Venus (2020 finalist NPC), Something Unrecognizable, A Long Time Ago in a Dark Yard at Night, For I Know the Plans I Have for You, and The Astonishing and Improbable Adventures of Ann Lee. As an actress, her credits include numerous Broadway and off-Broadway productions, such as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and Honour (Tony Award nomination), and television/film including The Sinner, Boardwalk Empire, Margaret, The Glorias, and most recently she portrayed Dawn in HBO’s Mare of Easttown.
Plays Written At Juilliard
In a dystopian near future, Golden tells the darkly funny tale of a young widow as she struggles to survive in a society that disdains human frailty.
A LONG TIME AGO IN A DARK YARD AT NIGHT
Two friends from a small Texas town take divergent paths in life, as they grow from girls to women, each fighting to find happiness in a patriarchal world full of compromise.
THE ASTONISHING AND IMPROBABLE ADVENTURES OF ANN LEE
In 1774, an illiterate mill worker from Manchester, England made her way across the ocean to be the female founder of one of the most enduring utopian experiments in American history.