Molly Burdick

Molly Burdick

Molly Burdick is a writer, actor, and podcaster based in Brooklyn, NY. She is a proud alum of Skidmore College, and has studied acting at the Moscow Art Theater School, the National Theater Institute, Shakespeare and Company, and the Powerhouse Theater Training Company. Her full-length play, Light Green Moss, was produced in 2019 by Ruthless Nightingale Theater Company in NYC. She has had four short plays...
Molly Burdick is a writer, actor, and podcaster based in Brooklyn, NY. She is a proud alum of Skidmore College, and has studied acting at the Moscow Art Theater School, the National Theater Institute, Shakespeare and Company, and the Powerhouse Theater Training Company. Her full-length play, Light Green Moss, was produced in 2019 by Ruthless Nightingale Theater Company in NYC. She has had four short plays produced at the Kitchen Theatre in Ithaca, NY as part of their annual One-Minute Play Festival. Currently, she is writing her first novel. In addition to writing, she is an avid reader, and you can listen to her journey through the Jane Austen canon on her podcast, Pod and Prejudice.

Plays

  • Light Green Moss
    What do we choose to remember? Do we cling to the good memories and bury the things that hurt us?
    Caroline and Ronnie were happy together until something tears them apart. Months later, they both end up at their beach rental and are stuck together for two weeks, but something is off. This is a play about letting go and moving on. It is about digging up the shards of a broken past to sever the ropes...
    What do we choose to remember? Do we cling to the good memories and bury the things that hurt us?
    Caroline and Ronnie were happy together until something tears them apart. Months later, they both end up at their beach rental and are stuck together for two weeks, but something is off. This is a play about letting go and moving on. It is about digging up the shards of a broken past to sever the ropes that bind us to the memories we’ve constructed for ourselves.

    CW: suicide, depictions of death