Roxanne Linnea Ray

Playwriting Credits

Academic CV

 

 

 

 

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Professional Activities

 

Literary and Artistic and Artistic Management:

Literary-Artistic Director September 2003 present; Experimental Theatre Project,

Seattle, WA

Literary Manager August 2003 December 2004; Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA

Literary Associate November 2002 August 2003; Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA

 

Literary Committees Script Evaluation:

Script Evaluator April 2004 August 2008; ACT Theatre, Seattle, WA

Script Evaluator April 2004 November 2005; Playscripts, Inc., New York, NY

Script Evaluator February March 2005; TADA! Youth Theatre Professional Panel, New York, NY

Script Evaluator March 2004, 2005, & 2006; Rainier Valley Youth Theatre Playwrights Festival, Seattle, WA

 

Festivals and publications:

Co-artistic director literary and publications August 2005 June 2006; Mae West Fest,

(Mae West Fest Anthology Introductions 2004 and 2006) Seattle, WA

Publications Director November 2003 August 2005; Mae West Fest, Seattle, WA

Organizing Committee Member January 2005 June 2005; Theatre4Play Festival, Seattle, WA

(pres. by SeattlePerforms.com, June 16-19, 2005)

 

Organizational service:

Vice President for NW Region November 2005 present; Literary Managers and Dramaturgs

(Dramaturgy Definition and A Dramaturgs Tasks) of the Americas, New York, NY

Co-ORGANIZER & CO-HOST February 2013; LMDA-NW On Collaboration, On the Boards, Seattle

Co-EDITOR, LMDA Sourcebook 4 June 2010 August 2011; LMDA, New York, NY

Co-ORGANIZER & CO-HOST February 2010; LMDA-NW Symposium, Seattle, WA

(LMDA-NW Symposium Program)

SELECTIONS COMMITTEE MEMBER November 2006; Hedgebrook, Langley, WA

TPS HISTORIAN May 2005 March 2006; Theatre Puget Sound, Seattle, WA

Fall Forum Committee Member July 2005 October 2005; Theatre Puget Sound, Seattle, WA

and session chair (Fall Forum Transcripts and Dramaturgy Forum Initiatives)

 

Dramaturgy:

Mainstage production Dramaturgy:

Dramaturg April June 2013; Sound Theatre Company, Seattle, WA

(Doggs Hamlet, Cahoots MacBeth by Tom Stoppard; directed by Teresa Thuman)

Dramaturg June 2007 March 2008; Sound Theatre Company, Seattle, WA

(Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare; directed by Teresa Thuman)

Dramaturg July 2006 February 2007; George Fox University, Newberg, OR

(Damien by Aldyth Morris; directed by Teresa Thuman) (Damien Program Notes and Damien Teachers Guide)

Dramaturg June September 2006; Sound Theatre Company & 4Culture Site-Specific Performance Project, Lake Sammamish, Seattle, WA

(Tempest in the Lake by William Shakespeare; adapted for the water and directed by Teresa Thuman) (Tempest Program Notes)

Dramaturg March September 2006; Atlas Theatre, Seattle, WA

(The Illusion by Pierre Corneille, with a new translation by Margaretta Lantz)

Dramaturg March August 2006; Taproot Theatre, Seattle, WA

(Smoke on the Mountain by Constance Ray; directed by Scott Nolte) (Smoke Program Notes)

Dramaturg November 2005 June 2006; Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

(The Tempest by William Shakespeare; directed by Elena Hartwell) (Tempest Program Notes)

Dramaturg March May 2006; Mae West Fest, Seattle, WA

(What the Birds Carry by Elizabeth Gjelten; directed by Kerry Christianson & Cherilynn Brooks)

Dramaturg January May 2006; Seattle Public Theater, Seattle, WA

(The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow by Rolin Jones; directed by Carol Roscoe) (Jenny Program Notes)

Dramaturg December 2005 March 2006; Everett Community College, Everett

(Dear Brutus by J.M. Barrie; directed by Beth Peterson) (Brutus Program Notes)

Dramaturg October 2005 March 2006; Stone Soup Theatre, Seattle, WA

(The Road to Mecca by Athol Fugard; directed by Charlotte Tiencken)

Dramaturg October 2005 February 2006; Ghost Light Theatricals, Seattle, WA

(Fool for Love by Sam Shepard; directed by Beth Raas) (Fool Program Notes)

Dramaturg March 2005 July 2005; Tanja Productions, Seattle, WA

(One Flea Spare by Naomi Wallace; directed by Tanja Pineda)

Dramaturg Lobby Display May June 2005; Theatre Puget Sound, Seattle, WA

(History of Seattle Theatre for Theatre4Play Festival, presented by SeattlePerforms.com)

Dramaturg Oct 2004 February 2005; Open Circle Theater, Seattle, WA

(Orpheus by Jean Cocteau; directed by Chris Mayse) (Orpheus Program Notes)

Dramaturg Aug 2003 -- Feb 2004; Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA

(The Countess by Gregory Murphy; directed by John Longenbaugh)

 

 

New play development:

Dramaturg May June 2007; Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

(Performing Outside the Box: 2 Festivals in One by various authors and Seattle Central artists; directed by Elena Hartwell, Elena Flory-Barnes, and Justin Lynn)

Dramaturg January 2007 March 2007; Arts Players, Seattle, WA

(Alice Becomes Me: A Trial in Wonderland adapted by Steven Barron and Cherilynn Brooks; directed by J.D. Lloyd)

Dramaturg February 2007; Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

(2 X 8, 8 New Play Readings by Seattle Central authors and artists; directed by Elena Hartwell)

Dramaturg January 2006 December 2006; Seattle Central Community College, Seattle, WA

(The Central Project by Seattle Central authors and artists; directed by Elena Hartwell) (Central Program Notes)

Dramaturg June 2006 November 2006; Ghost Light Theatricals, Seattle, WA

(The Phaedra Project by Ghost Light Theatricals ensemble; directed by Beth Raas)

(Phaedra Development Questions)

Dramaturg August September 2006; Seattle, WA

(The Ghost of Gil Hodges by Steven Barron)

Dramaturg February May 2006; Mae West Fest, Seattle, WA

(The 38th of February by Miriam Tobin; directed by M. Elizabeth Eller)

Dramaturg February May 2006; Mae West Fest, Seattle, WA

(Animal Control by Barbara Genovese; directed by Gretchen Drew)

Dramaturg July 2005 December 2005; Mercer Island, WA

(1850 by Kris Keppeler)

Dramaturg September 2005; Seattle, WA

(Nine Nights by Steven Barron)

Dramaturg September 2005; Seattle, WA

(Monsters by Steven Barron)

Dramaturg March 2005 April 2005; Gig Harbor, WA

(Kate and Kafka [now entitled The Counter-Force] by Carla Seaquist)

Assistant Dramaturg January 2005 March 2005; Mirror Stage Company, Seattle, WA

(Saying Kaddish With My Sister by Alison Luterman; directed by Suzanne Cohen)

Dramaturg Nov 2004 April 2005; Seattle, WA

(Gulf of Tonkin by Steven Barron)

Dramaturg Feb 2004 Oct 2004 & June 2005; Pamana Theatre Project, Seattle, WA

(Dead Woman Home by May Nazareno; directed by Teresa Thuman) (DWH Program Notes)

Play Development Manager November 2003 November 2004; Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA

Dramaturg Feb 2004 May 2004; Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA

(Birthday Girl by Steven Barron; directed by Margaret OMalley)

 

 

 

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