ROBIN RICE is a New York City based playwright and the author of over 70 plays (22 full length). Most often, magical realism digs into nature, people struggling to realize dreams, and life from a point-of-view other than human.
Her plays have been honored, published, and produced from Off-Broadway to London, Mongolia to South Africa. Most recently, The Pharmacy Theatre presented "The Breast Monologues" and "Climbing the Good Walls" was in The Pittsburgh Playhouse's New Play Reading Series. Publishers include Samuel French ("Queen for a Day," "Evening Primrose in Ohio"), Original Works ("Alice in Black and White," "Play Nice!"), Blue Moon Plays ("Humans Remain"), and YouthPLAYS ("Honey's Smile).
Newly published: "Adapt or Die" in "The Weirdest Plays of 2020" (available on Amazon). Memberships: Manhattan Oracles, Honor Roll!, 29th Street Playwrights Collective, The Playwrights Circle, Shop Talk, League of Professional Theatre Women, International Centre for Women Playwrights. Lifetime member of the Dramatists Guild. Read her scripts on the New Play Exchange: https://newplayexchange.org/users/707/robin-rice