Morgan Gould.  Photo credit: Gregory Constanzo.

Morgan Gould. Photo credit: Gregory Constanzo.

ThRee Fat Sisters

The 2019 Problematic Play Festival

Written and directed by Morgan Gould
Dramaturgy by Vanessa Flores
Wednesday October 2, 7:30pm

Ginger and Margot and Anna are three fat sisters. Except now, perhaps, Anna might have recently discovered she is not fat. This savage revenge comedy written by an actual fat person asks, "how many calories are in a pint of my sister's blood?" and "Are there any cheetos left?"

Morgan Gould Bio

Morgan Gould is an NYC based writer/ director. The only play she can seem to get produced is I WANNA FUCKING TEAR YOU APART (Beatrice Terry/ Drama League Award Winner) which had its world premiere at Studio Theatre in Washington, DC in February 2017 (with Morgan directing) and was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play. The Chicago production received a 2019 Dramatists Guild Writers Alliance Award. Her other plays that no one will do include ALL THE STUPID BITCHES (O'Neill Finalist, Workshop - Playwrights Center), THREE FAT SISTERS (Cutting Ball Variety Pack, Sundance Lab Finalist), and NICOLE CLARK IS HAVING A BABY. Morgan is a 2019 graduate of the Juilliard playwriting program, a Resident playwright at New Dramatists, a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre, a MacDowell Colony Fellow, a Yaddo Colony Resident, and an alumnus of the Dramatists Guild Fund Playwriting Fellowship, The Women's Project Lab, the Civilians R+D Group, Target Margin Lab, Lincoln Center Director's Lab, SDC Observership Program, the BAX AIR Residency, Playwrights Horizons Directing Residency and New Georges Writer/ Director Lab. Morgan holds a B.A. in Directing from Fordham College at Lincoln Center, and a M.F.A. in Playwriting from Brooklyn College.