Deirdre Price

Deirdre Price

Deirdre Price a playwright, actor, dramaturg and "creative type" who generally likes theatre and art and experiences that are a little bit strange. Deirdre's work aspires towards queer utopia and her artistic philosophy is rooted in optimism, anarchism, and a pedagogy of possibility. Their newest play, The Jupiter Bird, is very gay and was recently workshopped at Hollins University.
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Deirdre Price a playwright, actor, dramaturg and "creative type" who generally likes theatre and art and experiences that are a little bit strange. Deirdre's work aspires towards queer utopia and her artistic philosophy is rooted in optimism, anarchism, and a pedagogy of possibility. Their newest play, The Jupiter Bird, is very gay and was recently workshopped at Hollins University.
 
Deirdre also serves on the board of directors of Ursula's Cafe, a donate-what-you-can cafe and community arts venue in Roanoke, Virginia. She uses she/they pronouns and their greatest dream is to meet Bigfoot. If you are Bigfoot and would like to meet up, please reach out.

Headshot by Pat and Michelle LoRicco @ GroundUp Pictures

Plays

  • The Jupiter Bird
    Fourteen year old girl is fourteen and also, probably, gay. Her aunt who pretty much raised her is always stressed and also, definitely, gay. Best friend is not actually a very good friend. New girl across the street kind of looks like a boy but doesn’t seem to mind, in fact she might be doing it on purpose? Mom is M.I.A. and appearing in dreams, birthdays come and go faster than we think, and did you know that...
    Fourteen year old girl is fourteen and also, probably, gay. Her aunt who pretty much raised her is always stressed and also, definitely, gay. Best friend is not actually a very good friend. New girl across the street kind of looks like a boy but doesn’t seem to mind, in fact she might be doing it on purpose? Mom is M.I.A. and appearing in dreams, birthdays come and go faster than we think, and did you know that no human can run faster than a bear? Childhood is over and Honey’s life is changing, and she can’t decide whether or not she’s okay with it.