With Sonia Alexis, Justine Davis, Timothy Duval, Ted Gentry, Rebecca Maiten, and Pratik Shah
3200 SW Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023
To purchase tickets go here.
I am very pleased to announce that I have received a 2019 grant from the Queens Council on the Arts to develop my play Everyone’s Got Something to Lose. Two public readings will take place in Queens in Fall/Winter of this year. I will be posting the readings when the time comes. Huge thanks to QCA for believing in my work.
Happy that my Ma-Yi Writers Lab/ Creative Fellowships Initiative at the
University of Washington is culminating in a public reading at the Drama School. My pal and fellow Mellon fellow Nandita Shenoy‘s play precedes mine, at 6pm.
A Mellon Creative Process Series event
LET THERE BE LOVE by Mrinalini Kamath
Directed by Andrew Tsao
Thursday, January 18
8 PM (reception at 7:30pm)
Cabaret Theatre, Hutchinson Hall, University of Washington, Seattle
This is a free reading – please RSVP.
A modern mash-up of D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers and the Greek myth Eros and Psyche, Let There Be Love is a play about online dating and modern matchmaking, and our cravings for—and fears of—intimacy and connection.
Thrilled to be asked to play in the One Minute Play Festival. I am in series B, with my play DON’T MENTION IT being directed by Andrew Willis-Woodward, and my other play NOT JUST A RIVER IN EGYPT being directed by Roger Nasser.
SERIES B runs on January 26th and 27th at 8pm at the New Ohio Theatre, and tickets can be purchased here.
I’m happy to be included in the Ma-Yi Theater Company Writers Lab Fall Labfest. My play, Let There Be Love, will be directed by Linsay Firman, cast to be announced. It’s a fun play with some poignant moments (if I do say so myself). I hope you can join us!
October 27, 7pm.
Reading of Let There Be Love
Written by Mrinalini Kamath
Directed by Linsay Firman
The Ma-Yi Studio
260 West 35th Street, #203
For free reservations, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
My friend David Adam Gill asked me if I would be a part of this, and I was happy to oblige. It’s a site-specific collection of plays, taking place in the “Prohibition Room,” of a bar called Papillon. After seeing the space, I was inspired to write a short play featuring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and his literary nemesis. For tickets, click here, or just click the postcard image below. Hope to see you there!
Here’s a link to an article about it on Broadway World.
July 24, 2017
Got to share 15 pages from a new, untitled play at Volume 53 of The PlayGround Experiment.
July 17, 2017
I contributed a monologue to CastAndLoose Live! Aloha Ghost In The Great Wall Of Ni’ihau. It was read by Aneesh Sheth.
July 8, 2017
From left to right: David Adam Gill, Cait Johnston, Paul Peglar, Joy Jacobs, Me, Debargo Sanyal, and Yvette Kin