Leegrid Stevens


The depths of mankind's last unknown frontiers - outer space and a grieving heart - are explored in this new play about a woman's solo journey to Mars.


Takes the adolescent memories of a man and translates them into a malfunctioning 8-bit video game.


Using the myth of The Twelve Labors of Hercules to explore the inner workings of a World War II-era family, the play follows the events of a single day filtered through the warped and damaged mind of an Idaho farm girl.


“One family. A month of dinners.”

Leegrid Stevens plays have been seen in downtown New York theatres such as HERE Arts Center, Lark Theatre, Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, Theatre for the New City, Altered Stages, and Spring Theatreworks’ Dumbo space as well as several theatres across the US and Europe. His plays have been published by Playscripts, Brooklyn Publishers, Smith & Kraus, Stage Tribes, and by NY Theatre Experience. Stevens was named as one of the “People of the Year” by nytheatre.com saying, "Indisputably one of the smartest and most innovative young playwright/directors working in New York's Indie theatre scene.” Stevens graduated from Columbia’s School of the Arts with an MFA in Playwriting where he won the John Golden Playwriting Award.