Lindsay Joy


Eight small-town twenty-somethings (who know each other from high school) share an impromptu time of mourning and celebration after the suicide of a mutual friend.


Frankie and Celia are back in Zurich to bury their father, and unearth secrets about each other.


Sick of being bullied at school and patronized by their bored parents, teen brother and sister Micah and Lyla dream up a way out of their small suburban town.

Lindsay Joy (Playwright) was born and bred on the mean streets of rural New Hampshire and has since become a Brooklyn transplant. She is a proud graduate of the University of New Hampshire, and currently serves as Co-Artistic Director to the Award Winning LabRats Theater Company in New York City.

The Rats production of her full length play, The Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen, garnered two New York Innovative Theatre Awards Including Outstanding Premiere Production Of a Play and Outstanding Director for Padraic Lillis. Mr. Lillis has been a huge supporter, mentor, and frequent collaborator to Lindsay for many years.

Her new play, In the Family Way, was work shopped at LAByrinth’s Intensive Ensemble in the Spring of 2013. Her play, The Unearthing, was a part of the newTACTics festival in the summer of 2012 and was presented in the Ground Up New Works Festival the winter of that same year. She frequently works with aMios Theater company for their monthly short play bonanza, SHOTZ , at the Theatre Under St. Marks. Her short pieces have been seen all over the country- from the Bowery Poetry Club to the Boston Playwright's Theater.  Her collaborative piece The Apartment: a Play with Four Sides was featured in the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival.  In 2001, Lindsay won the award for best short play at the Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival for her piece Life, Love and a 7-11.