Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater

An Interview with Playwright: Martyna Majok

September 10, 2020 Martyna Majok | Rachel Lin Season 1 Episode 22
Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater
An Interview with Playwright: Martyna Majok
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Upstage Left | Intimate Conversations with New York Theater
An Interview with Playwright: Martyna Majok
Sep 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 22
Martyna Majok | Rachel Lin

Rachel & Martyna recorded this episode in late April. While it was only 5 months ago, in some ways, it feels like an entirely different lifetime. As summer draws to a close, and we head into fall, Rachel can't think of a better time to share this episode with one of her theater heroes.

Martyna Majok is the 2018 pulitzer prize winner in drama for her play, Cost of Living. Other plays include: Queens, Ironbound, and Sanctuary City. She is a Yale School of Drama and Juilliard alum, a former PoNY fellow at the Lark, Women's Project Lab member, and Ensemble Studio Theatre Youngblood.

In this episode Rachel & Martyna talk about what she's finding comfort in during these unprecedented times, how she ended up working in the theater during her University of Chicago days, and the advice she'd give her former self during her first year in New York.

More about Martyna at: http://www.martynamajok.com/
Information about her latest production Sanctuary City here.
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Music by David Hilowitz

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Show Notes

Rachel & Martyna recorded this episode in late April. While it was only 5 months ago, in some ways, it feels like an entirely different lifetime. As summer draws to a close, and we head into fall, Rachel can't think of a better time to share this episode with one of her theater heroes.

Martyna Majok is the 2018 pulitzer prize winner in drama for her play, Cost of Living. Other plays include: Queens, Ironbound, and Sanctuary City. She is a Yale School of Drama and Juilliard alum, a former PoNY fellow at the Lark, Women's Project Lab member, and Ensemble Studio Theatre Youngblood.

In this episode Rachel & Martyna talk about what she's finding comfort in during these unprecedented times, how she ended up working in the theater during her University of Chicago days, and the advice she'd give her former self during her first year in New York.

More about Martyna at: http://www.martynamajok.com/
Information about her latest production Sanctuary City here.
Follow us on Instagram: @upstageleftpodcast
Twitter: @upstageleftpod
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Music by David Hilowitz

Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/upstageleft)