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Paul David Young’s play, In the Summer Pavilion, produced to critical acclaim in the 2011 FringeNYC and at 59e59 Theaters in New York in 2012, has been made into a feature film, to be released in 2014. He won the Kennedy Center’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award. His work has been performed at MoMA PS1, Marlborough Gallery, the Living Theatre, apexart, The Brick, LMAK Projects, Lion Theatre, C.O.W. Theater, Kraine Theater and the Red Room, and at the Kaffileikhusid in Reykjavik. His plays have been developed at Primary Stages, New York Theater Workshop, Alliance Theater of Atlanta, and the Kennedy Center. He is a Contributing Editor at PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art (MIT Press) and writes for Art in America. His translations, with Carl Weber, of Heiner Müller’s Anatomy Titus Fall of Rome and Macbeth were published in 2012 under the title Heiner Müller: After Shakespeare. His book newARTtheatre: Evolutions of the Performance Aesthetic will be issued by MIT Press/PAJ in 2013.

Paul David Young’s play, In the Summer Pavilion, produced to critical acclaim in the 2011 FringeNYC and at 59e59 Theaters in New York in 2012, has been made into a feature film, to be released in 2014. He won the Kennedy Center’s Paula Vogel Playwriting Award. His work has been performed at MoMA PS1, Marlborough Gallery, the Living Theatre, apexart, The Brick, LMAK Projects, Lion Theatre, C.O.W. Theater, Kraine Theater and the Red Room, and at the Kaffileikhusid in Reykjavik. His plays have been developed at Primary Stages, New York Theater Workshop, Alliance Theater of Atlanta, and the Kennedy Center. He is a Contributing Editor at PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art (MIT Press) and writes for Art in America. His translations, with Carl Weber, of Heiner Müller’s Anatomy Titus Fall of Rome and Macbeth were published in 2012 under the title Heiner Müller: After Shakespeare. His book newARTtheatre: Evolutions of the Performance Aesthetic will be issued by MIT Press/PAJ in 2013.