Carolyn Boriss-Krimsky



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Carolyn Boriss-Krimsky is a playwright, visual artist, arts writer and award-winning author. A member of Writers@LargeNYC and Write On! in Boston, she also attends HB Studio's playwriting practice in the West Village. Her work explores art, love, loss, boundaries, and obsession.

Among her plays are:

Women in Flux, five short plays, reading at the Lambs Club, NYC 2018

Fractals (one-act) reading at the Lambs Club, NYC 2018; reading at the Players Club, NYC 2017

Angela, reading at the Lambs Club, NYC 2018

Numbers (full-length), included in "Transgressions," HB Studio Staged Readings of New Works, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC 2018; reading at the Lambs Club, NYC 2017; reading at the Players Club, NYC 2016

Painting Circles
, reading at Boston Playwrights Theater, Boston, MA 2018

Variations (full-length), reading at the Players Club, NYC 2016

Flying, included in The Central Park Plays, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC, directed by Eli Thacker Taylor, reading at Guild Hall, NYC 2015

Perfectly Safe, included in The Office Plays, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC, directed by Peter Zinn 2014

Numbers, (ten-minute), included in The Kitchen Plays, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC directed by Peter Zinn 2013, finalist for Estrogenius Festival, Manhattan Theatre Source, NYC 2011

Last Night, included in The Bedroom Plays, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC directed by Jessica Shotwell 2012, Bank Street Project, HB Studio's first-floor performance space, directed by David O'Connor 2011

Movie Date, and One Night Stand, included in Woman as Mother, Roy Arias Theater, NYC, directed respectively by Mary Fassimo, and Mark Forlenza 2010

For Art, included in The Restaurant Plays, HB Playwrights Theatre, NYC, directed by Karen Ludwig 2010

Taxi Dreams, included in The Ingenious Festival, Manhattan Theatre Source, NYC 2010 and The Living Room Plays, HB Playwrights Theater, NYC both directed by Marcia Sheiness 2009

In 2015 Boriss-Krimsky co-wrote, with Ben Clossey, Little Mr. Wonderful, included that year in Best Contemporary Monologues for Kids 7-15, published by Applause Theater and Cinema Books, Milwaukee, WI, and edited by Lawrence Harbison.

Carolyn Boriss-Krimsky | carolynbk@comcast.net