Micheline Auger


When Conner leaves rehab to find his childhood sweetheart, he finds there’s more than a bag of meth between him and the American Dream.


As the sexually adventurous Kareena explores her ability to be monogamous, she pushes her prudish best friend Sam to explore her sexuality which triggers events beyond their control.


When an actress is hired to be a piece of art, she gets more than she bargains for.

Micheline’s recent productions include the Untitled Degradation Play (Rising Phoenix Rep’s Cino Nights Series, Winter 2013) and American River (Lesser America, Summer,  2012).  Her other work has been developed or produced by Dixon Place, Primary Stages, Westside Theatre, Miranda Theatre, Amoralab, NY International Fringe Festival, New York Madness, OMPF, Horsetrade Theatre Co, Riot Act, Caps Lock Theatre Company,  Sugarspace and Highways Performance Complex, among others. She is the recipient of the 2012 National Theater Conference Paul Green Award, creator of the theater blog Theaterspeak.org and the creator/producer of Write Out Front: A Playwright Happening which put 76 up-and-coming and professional playwrights in the Drama Bookshop Storefront Window writing plays for three weeks in August 2012. WOF 2014 is in the works. The Untitled Degradation play is a semi-finalist for the O’Neill Playwrights Conference and The Feminism of a Soft Merlot (or How the Donkey Got Punched is being produced this spring by Ivy Theatre in NYC.