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Ian MacAllister-McDonald

Ian McDonald

Ian McDonald was born in Portland, Maine. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and holds a B.A. in English. From Summer 2006 to Spring 2008 he served as an intern and then interim assistant to Neil Labute. In 2007 he was awarded a fellowship to attend the Edward Albee Foundation’s Artist Retreat in Montauk, NY. His plays have been produced and had readings in Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago and Utah. He will be attending the Graduate Playwriting Program at Brown University this fall.

 

The Chinese Barber & His Wife

The Chinese Barber And His Wife deals with two people who enter, separately, into a place where their language is not spoken, and so use it as an opportunity to vent their secret fears, prejudices, and longings. The play was written while attending the Words That Speak Playwriting Workshop in Los Angeles, CA. It is, as of yet, unproduced.