Angelica Howland

Angelica Howland

Angelica is an award-winning actress and a writer based in Phoenix, Arizona. She worked as a theatre artist with the new works festivals at The Phoenix Theatre Company for eighteen years. Currently, she has turned her focus to writing full time for the stage and screen. Her newest play, Lottery House received a workshop reading with Now & Then Creative in November 2019 and is currently in its early stages...
Angelica is an award-winning actress and a writer based in Phoenix, Arizona. She worked as a theatre artist with the new works festivals at The Phoenix Theatre Company for eighteen years. Currently, she has turned her focus to writing full time for the stage and screen. Her newest play, Lottery House received a workshop reading with Now & Then Creative in November 2019 and is currently in its early stages of development.
Photo: Reg Madison Photography

Plays

  • The Relief Society
    Sister Ashley Brandon thinks she is, at the very least, content. She has accomplished everything she was taught she should, except a child, which is out of her control. She has a faithful husband, a fulfilling career she loves and a prestigious calling in her ward. Then in one, out of control moment, everything changes. Everything she thought she knew about her world comes crashing down at the hands of her...
    Sister Ashley Brandon thinks she is, at the very least, content. She has accomplished everything she was taught she should, except a child, which is out of her control. She has a faithful husband, a fulfilling career she loves and a prestigious calling in her ward. Then in one, out of control moment, everything changes. Everything she thought she knew about her world comes crashing down at the hands of her peers. Ash is forced to rethink her life and her relationships with everyone in it.
  • You, Me & Adam Levine written by Angelica Howland & Michelle Gardner
    What will you do with that moment? The moment when you begin to feel completely irrelevant? George and Juna meet in the waiting room of their therapist's office and decide to take their middle age (and their mental/emotional health) into their own hands.
  • The Release of Annabel Lee
    Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's, Annabel Lee.
  • 3 Conversations
    In a world where active listening is becoming a lost art, how bizarre do our conversations with each other need to get so that someone, anyone, will pay attention?
  • Forward
    Claire is waiting and has been mired in the same place for a very long time. Walsh has run away but, his life keeps chasing him down. The two meet in a lake house rental and almost immediately connect on a level neither has experienced before. Their deep connection is threatened by a long suffering girlfriend, an old man desperate for answers and a bittersweet blast from the past. Are soul mates always...
    Claire is waiting and has been mired in the same place for a very long time. Walsh has run away but, his life keeps chasing him down. The two meet in a lake house rental and almost immediately connect on a level neither has experienced before. Their deep connection is threatened by a long suffering girlfriend, an old man desperate for answers and a bittersweet blast from the past. Are soul mates always supposed to end up together? Or is it sometimes best to say goodbye and move forward?
  • Loss Garden
    Grief will always find a comrade.
  • The Nothing Place
    Nobody listened to what you were feeling. Where did those feelings go?