Mollie Gordon

Mollie Gordon

Mollie Gordon (she/her) is a writer and theatre-maker based in Brooklyn, NY. Her plays "Hartford," "Float," and "juice" have received readings with The Bechdel Group and Sarah Lawrence College. Mollie was a 2022 recipient of the David Lindsay-Abaire Award for Excellence in Playwriting. Mollie's other written works have been published in Multiplicity Magazine, Love &...
Mollie Gordon (she/her) is a writer and theatre-maker based in Brooklyn, NY. Her plays "Hartford," "Float," and "juice" have received readings with The Bechdel Group and Sarah Lawrence College. Mollie was a 2022 recipient of the David Lindsay-Abaire Award for Excellence in Playwriting. Mollie's other written works have been published in Multiplicity Magazine, Love & Squalor, and more. She has a BA from Sarah Lawrence College.
Headshot by Shea Baumgarner

Plays

  • juice (Colloquially Known to Friends and Family as "That Juice Bar Play")
    Juicy Moosey is a juice bar in a wealthy NYC neighborhood, and both a home and a hellscape to its little band of workers. The workers come together, fall apart, and grow up, all in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Hartford, Or: A Hellish Haven for Exceptionally Strong Quirky Lesbian Sexual Trauma Survivors
    It's a way too-early morning on a train platform at Hartford Union Station. We meet Babyface, a young woman who defines herself as "pedophile-bait." This is her story. She is alone until she isn't.
  • E (and T) Go to the Pride Parade
    It's the day of the Pride March, and longtime partners E and T are preparing for the big event. As they bicker and reminisce, E and T find themselves swept up in a world of surrealist art, transformation, and most importantly - love.

Recommended by Mollie Gordon

  • Eve Addam’s Tearoom
    8 Jun. 2022
    What a sneakily powerful, gut-punch of a play! Lawing provides a riveting snapshot into queer history, as well as two rich and compelling roles for women. Lawing takes history and makes it intimate and immediate. Brilliant work!
  • motherson
    17 Apr. 2022
    In this touching and hilarious play, Friedman reinvigorates the oft-explored relationship between single parent and teenaged child with a fresh and multifaceted perspective. All of his characters are fully-drawn, deeply flawed, and incredibly endearing. This is a captivating play and a gift for any actor and/or director.
  • Follow The Bear
    6 Dec. 2020
    Witty, frank, and heartfelt, Follow The Bear by Cole Friedman unpacks loss and lost innocence with a deft gentleness and grace. It is a beautiful and touching look at the cyclical process of grief.