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This is How We Do It

“This Is How We Do It” is a tragicomic rollercoaster through the modern landscape of rape culture post-Steubenville through the eyes of two teenage girls.

 

 

 

Winter Miller (Playwright) is an award-winning playwright and founding member of 13Playwrights. Her play In Darfur premiered at The Public Theater for a sold-out run, followed by an SRO performance at their 1800-seat Delacorte in Central Park, a first for a play by a woman. Plays include: Paternity, The Arrival, Amandine, The Penetration Play and Conspicuous. A Core Writer with the Playwrights’ Center, she has been a fellow at Sundance, Hedgebrook, Voice&Vision, Orchard Project and was a Cherry Lane Mentee. She has created theater with youth in war-torn Uganda and Palestine and marginalized populations in NYC with Theatre Askew’s TAYPE and Stella Adler’s Outreach. She currently mentors young women through Girl Be Heard. Winter teaches playwriting at Primary Stages and leads Weekend Warrior Writing Intensives. A certified Core Energetics Practitioner (CCEP), Winter works with people to identify and release blocks to give the freedom to live fully. MFA Columbia University, BA Smith College. www.wintermiller.com

Gaye Taylor Upchurch (Director) Off-Broadway: Laura Marks’s Bethany with America Ferrera (Women’s Project); Simon Stephens’s Harper Regan with Mary McCann (Atlantic Theater); Simon Stephens’s Bluebirdwith Simon Russell Beale (Atlantic Theater). GT is an alumna of the Women’s Project Directors Lab and The Drama League. Upcoming: Lucy Thurber’s Stay(Rattlestick).

Cast

Jenni Barber (Girl 1) Broadway: The Nance; The Performers; The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Off-Broadway: The Bridge Project: As You Like It and The Tempest directed by Sam Mendes (Brooklyn Academy of Music/The Old Vic); From Up Here (Manhattan Theatre Company); Cactus Flower (Westside Arts Theatre); The Wii Plays (Ars Nova). Favorite regional credits include the world premiere musicals Some Lovers (The Old Globe) by Burt Bacharach and Steven Sater and Nobody Loves You (The Old Globe) by Itamar Moses and Gaby Alter. Television: “Elementary,” “Smash,” “Law & Order: SVU” and “The Electric Company.” Film: Play. Graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music.

Krystina Alabado (Girl 2)

 


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