Brandon Bogle

Brandon Bogle

Brandon Bogle is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. Born and raised in Bridgeport, CT, he has always been one to have a word to share. Brandon’s plays aim to uncover the deep compassion that exists between people, blocked by the structures, systems and ills of society. His work often centers marginalized identities as they fight to find their footing to exist in a world that has been shaped to...
Brandon Bogle is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. Born and raised in Bridgeport, CT, he has always been one to have a word to share. Brandon’s plays aim to uncover the deep compassion that exists between people, blocked by the structures, systems and ills of society. His work often centers marginalized identities as they fight to find their footing to exist in a world that has been shaped to exclude, persecute or use them. Brandon writes to reflect how at our most instinctual level, we desire to be seen, heard and loved more than anything else. He is currently a member of the LIT Council, a playwriting group in residency at The Tank. His time in LIT has been instrumental to Brandon's development as a writer. The community and clarity that's come from this group has pushed a new idea of what plays can be that Brandon is excited to continue to pursue. He has also started his own writer collective called Page Break, developing new work by emerging playwrights in NYC. He has had work produced at the Dixon Place as part of their HOT festival, at Bizarre Bar in Bushwick and at the Producer’s Circle in Manhattan. Thanks to family, friends and to God!

Plays

  • Dragon In The River
    A girl is found by the river by a father and his two sons. As this new family grows together and try to discover who and what this young woman is, a rich man machinates to take ownership of them all.

    I’m this quick woven myth, we explore who gets to define women. The men in their lives and their desires or the deep-seated unknowable quality that exists inside of this girl?
  • Edges
    Inspired by Chekhov, Edges follows three Black sisters living in their ancestral NYC brownstone. As the family longs for a better life, they’re perpetually interrupted by bills, bickering, and a rotating set of friends and lovers. However as time slips away, is the shadow of legacy bringing them closer together or stifling what their lives could be?