Elana Greenfield

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Elana Greenfield (born New York City) is an American playwright, and short story writer.

Life[edit]

Greenfield was raised in Israel. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and from Brown University with an MFA. She was Artistic Director of New Dramatists.[1] Currently, she teaches dramatic writing at The New School,[2] in the Eugene Lang College division. She formerly taught the same subject at New York University.

Her work has appeared in Bomb and The Brooklyn Rail.[3]

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Works[edit]

Short Stories[edit]

Plays[edit]

  • Nine Come

Radio Plays[edit]

  • "Possessed by a Demon: Two Tales of the Devil," was produced for public radio and also presented at the New York Shakespeare Festival/Public Theater as part of the New Works project.

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