Ellen McLaughlin

PlayMakers: Penelope in Penelope, The Year of Magical Thinking, All My Sons.

Broadway: Angels in America (Walter Kerr Theatre).

Off-Broadway: Septimus and Clarissa (Ripe Time); Blue Window (Manhattan Theatre Club); A Bright Room Called Day (The Public Theater).

Regional: A Delicate Balance (Yale Repertory Theatre, Arena Stage); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (McCarter Theatre Center); Hedda Gabbler, Ghosts (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); King Lear (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Three Penny Opera (Trinity Repertory Company); Cryptogram (Yale Repertory Theatre);  Angels in America (Mark Taper Forum); Homebody/Kabul (Intiman Theater).

Film: The Bed You Sleep In, Everything Relative.

Television: Law & Order.

Other: McLaughlin is also a playwright, whose plays have been produced Off-Broadway, in regional theatres and internationally. She is the winner of prizes and grants from, among others, the NEA, The Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and the Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund. She has been teaching playwriting at Barnard College since 1995.