Larry Loebell, playwright | dramaturg Larry Loebell's plays include The Dostoyevsky Man, Pride of the Lion, Girl Science, The Ballad of John Wesley Reed, La Tempestad, the Barrymore nominated House, Divided, and Shanghai Kaddish. Short plays include Angie and Arnie Sanguine, But Who's Counting, Edward and Ellie Supine, Emma Goldman Imagines the Millennium, Just Before the War Between the Plates, and The Lion Eats His Lunch. Pride of the Lion is published by Playscripts, and La Tempestad is published in the anthology Playing With Canons: Explosive New Work by America's Indie Playwrights. Other short plays, scenes, and monologues are published by Playscripts.Com, Applause Books, and Smith & Krause.

Larry was the literary manager and dramaturg at InterAct Theater Company from 1999 to 2005. He has worked as a dramaturg on projects for Philadelphia Theater Company, American Music Theater Festival, Nice People Theater Company, and New Paradise Laboratories, and at Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, PlayPenn, and at the Lark Playwright's Week. Larry teaches playwriting and dramaturgy at Arcadia University and film history at University of the Arts. (Read full bio.)


EVENTS AND NEWS

Dramaturgy: working with Lee Blessing on “For the Loyal” at Seven Devils Playwrights Conference, June 2013

Dostoyevsky Man feature film coming to the internet soon

Girl Science at Arcadia University

Extremely Public Displays of Privacy –The Afterlife

SHANGHAI KADDISH Reading NYC

La Tempestad at University of the Arts, February 2011

THE SHANGHAI KADDISH — READING MAY 25th

Living News Starts Third Full Season

Major Dude

Conversation with Costa-Gavras