Max Mondi

Max Mondi

Max Mondi is a writer based in New York. His plays include MAYBE TOMORROW (Winner of Overall Excellence in a Play at FringeNYC 2015, Kitchen Dog Theatre New Play Festival Finalist 2019, O'Neill Semi-Finalist 2017), HOUSE OF KAREN (O'Neill Semi-Finalist 2019, Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2019), PERSONHOOD and THE COMING. He has developed work with Orchard Project, HERE, The PIT, SoHo Playhouse, Dixon...
Max Mondi is a writer based in New York. His plays include MAYBE TOMORROW (Winner of Overall Excellence in a Play at FringeNYC 2015, Kitchen Dog Theatre New Play Festival Finalist 2019, O'Neill Semi-Finalist 2017), HOUSE OF KAREN (O'Neill Semi-Finalist 2019, Bay Area Playwrights Festival 2019), PERSONHOOD and THE COMING. He has developed work with Orchard Project, HERE, The PIT, SoHo Playhouse, Dixon Place, Abingdon Theatre Company, Project Y Theatre, Isle of Shoals, and Fresh Ink Theatre. The TV series YOU FOLLOW ME, which he created and writes, will go into production Spring 2021. Max holds an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Columbia University and a B.A. in Theatre History/Criticism from the University of Vermont.

Plays

  • The Coming
    THE COMING is set in a small beach community in Long Island.  A mother learns that her 7-year-old daughter has mysteriously become pregnant.  Word of this gets out, and it flips the entire community - including a local Priest, Doctor, Celebrity, and Witch - on its head, especially for a budding socialist who believes he may be the father of the child's baby through divine intervention.  THE COMING is a...
    THE COMING is set in a small beach community in Long Island.  A mother learns that her 7-year-old daughter has mysteriously become pregnant.  Word of this gets out, and it flips the entire community - including a local Priest, Doctor, Celebrity, and Witch - on its head, especially for a budding socialist who believes he may be the father of the child's baby through divine intervention.  THE COMING is a comedy about our human desire for transcendental meaning in a chaotic universe. 
  • Maybe Tomorrow
    Gail lives with her husband Ben in a mobile home in the stunning Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Gail discovers she is pregnant, and at the same time, she also discovers an Audience has taken over her bathroom. Though at first frightened, Gail becomes super tight with them, and decides to stay in the bathroom permanently. Ben struggles to adjust and to raise their new child. But is there a child? Are they...
    Gail lives with her husband Ben in a mobile home in the stunning Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Gail discovers she is pregnant, and at the same time, she also discovers an Audience has taken over her bathroom. Though at first frightened, Gail becomes super tight with them, and decides to stay in the bathroom permanently. Ben struggles to adjust and to raise their new child. But is there a child? Are they even in a mobile home?

    Inspired by a true story, MAYBE TOMORROW is a tragicomical, meta-theatrical experience that explores the tolls of marriage and the very meaning of theatre today..
  • House of Karen
    Karen, a 75-year-old retired college administrator, is pushed out of the home in which she raised her son Blake. When she learns that the house has been turned into a Airbnb, she sets out to take back her home by joining all the other wanderers and travelers and becoming a guest at the Airbnb.
  • Personhood
    Two people become roommates via Craigslist and fall in love. However, they never actually meet because a third, anonymous person is also living in the apartment, alternately pretending to be each of them.
  • Some Guy Masturbated In The Ocean
    A seemingly frivolous act of self gratification nearly destroys a family and an entire community.
  • Take Me Out
    Tracy is the best hit woman money can buy. But when veteran actor Barbara solicits her expertise, Tracy is faced with the greatest moral conundrum of her career.