Michael Ross Albert
Set against the backdrop of the Stanley Cup Finals in a house undergoing major renovations, the unruly members of a large family struggle with impending loss, both on the ice and at home.
When a painter tears the artwork off the walls of a struggling independent gallery, the relationships between a group of emerging artists are also torn apart.
Toronto-born Michael Ross Albert is an emerging playwright whose work has been showcased Off-Broadway, in the foothills of Eastern Appalachia, and in several international theatre festivals. His plays include Starfishes (“Best American Short Plays,” 2010-2011), The Big Sandy River Plays (Jenny Wiley Theatre) and Karenin’s Anna (Toronto Fringe Festival, Outstanding New Play – NOW Magazine). He is the founding co-artistic director of Outside Inside, an independent theatre company founded in 2011. To date, Outside Inside has produced three of Michael’s original plays in FringeNYC, as well as his new adaptation of Arch Oboler’s science fiction melodrama, Night of the Auk. Michael received an MFA in Playwriting from the Actors Studio Drama School. He is an associate member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
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Miss (FringeNYC) [August 15, 2016]