DAVID AUBURN is a playwright, screenwriter, and director.
His most recent play, The Adventures of Augie March, based on the Saul Bellow novel, enjoyed an acclaimed sold-out run in Chicago last spring.
Other plays include Lost Lake (Manhattan Theatre Club 2014),
The Columnist (MTC/Broadway 2012), and Proof (2001 Pulitzer Prize, Tony Award, New York Drama Critics Circle Award).
His Radio Plays can be heard here.
Film work includes The Girl in the Park (writer/director), Georgetown, and The Lake House.
Stage directing credits include Long Day's Journey into Night (Court Theatre, Chicago); The Skin of Our Teeth, The Petrified Forest, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Anna Christie, A Delicate Balance, Period of Adjustment, Sick (all Berkshire Theatre Group); and the Off-Broadway world premiere of Michael Weller’s Side Effects (MCC).
A former Guggenheim Fellow, he lives in New York City.
Directed by Charles Newell.