Lisa Huberman

Lisa Huberman

Recommended by Lisa Huberman

  • Eggs on Ice
    11 Apr. 2019
    I was in a writing group with Kristine while she was developing Eggs On Ice, and it was such a joy watching this weird and wonderful universe come together. I am excited for more people to see this play. Eggs On Ice works because even as Kristine revels in the absurd hilarity of the fertility industry, she writes her characters in such a human way that you can't help but empathize with their anxieties and desperation.
  • The Excavation of Mary Anning
    11 Apr. 2019
    I love this play so much! Ian's play makes history come alive in an effortless and joyful way!
  • WORDS CANNOT DESCRIBE THIS
    11 Apr. 2019
    A heart-breaking epic that, like the nonbinary rabbit at is center, resists simple categorization. Jonathan's play explores the immigrant experience in all of its traumatic brutality and ethereal beauty. Jonathan's work challenges the reader to look beyond labels.
  • Term Limits
    11 Apr. 2019
    Mrinalini has this way of taking strange and absurd stories--in this case, a serial sperm donor--and rendering them with poignant humanity.
  • Same Same
    11 Apr. 2019
    Same Same is a joyful, meticulously crafted, roller coaster of a play, using the conventions of classic farce to render the experiences of queer and Asian communities too rarely represented on the American stage.