An excerpt from Faulted by Angela Santillo. Read by Lillian Meredith and Tom Wood. Sound design by Natalie Johnsonius Neubert.
Angela Santillo’s plays have been workshopped and produced at Dixon Place, Pan Asian Rep, Abingdon Theater, The Hive Theater, The Nightborn, Communal Spaces, foolsFURY Theater, Play on Words Productions, Playwrights Center of San Francisco, among others. Recent credits include: Oh the Moon!, a collaboration with choreographer CatherineMarie Davalos (Saint Mary’s College, San Francisco International Arts Festival, 2016 tour to Italy); Faulted, world premiere production (foolsFURY Theater); Love in a Heat Death Universe, a devised solo show with performer Benjamin Stuber (Unchained Theatre Festival, Chicago Fringe Festival); The Unfelt Wonder, her solo show created with director Lillian Meredith (FURY Factory, Dixon Place).
She was a finalist for the 2015 Jerome Fellowship and Studio42’s Unproducible Smackdown. Her play Sera was a national finalist for the 2010 David Mark Cohen Award and awarded a Distinguished Achievement Award in Playwriting by the Kennedy Center’s ACTF. Also an actress, she has performed at Project Artaud (SF), LaMama, HERE, Dixon Place, with This is Not A Theater Company and is currently the producer for the podcast “How You Can Save the World!” MFA: Sarah Lawrence College, recipient of the Lipkin Playwriting Award. Member of the Dramatists Guild and an Associate Artist with foolsFURY Theater. www.angelasantillo.com