CARLO AT THE WEDDING
by Bryna Turner
About the Play:
Carlo is going to be really well behaved today. She’s not going to get drunk. She’s not going to give any longwinded speeches. And she’s definitely not going to try to steal the bride back. Inspired by Dorothy Baker’s Cassandra at the Wedding.
About the Playwright:
Bryna Turner is a Brooklyn-based playwright originally from Northern California. Her play Bull in a China Shop recently premiered at LCT3, and will be produced by About Face Theatre in Chicago this spring. Her work has also been developed with Abingdon Theatre Company, Clubbed Thumb, Colt Coeur, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Mendocino Theatre Company, Mount Holyoke College, Rainbow Theatre Project, and Rutgers University. Other plays include: Lights Over Philo; The Stand-In; and How to Separate Your Soul from Your Body (in ten easy steps!). She is an alum of Clubbed Thumb’s Early Career Writer’s Group, a MacDowell fellow, and holds an MFA in Playwriting from Rutgers University. She is currently working on a commission for Lincoln Center Theater and was awarded their Emerging Artist Award of 2018.
Special thanks to our friends at WP Theater, the nation's oldest and largest theater company dedicated to producing, developing, and promoting the work of female-identified theater artists of all kinds.