Lisa Huberman is a New York-based playwright and a third-generation vegetarian from Youngstown, Ohio. She received her BA in Theatre Performance at Bradley University and an MFA in Playwriting from Rutgers, where she developed the full-length play, Egyptology. Her full-length play, Sex and Charitable Giving, was developed in the New Light Theatre Project Darkroom Series and the Mission to (dit)Mars Propulsion Lab. The play was then produced in the inaugural F*ckfest at the Brick Theatre. She is the author of several one-act plays, including Under the Rainbow (Regional Winner, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival), Health Nuts (Semi-finalist, Little Fish Theatre Pick of the Vine Competition), Sub-prime (Winner, KNOW Theatre Playwrights and Artists Festival) and High and Uptight (Mile Square Theatre 7th Inning Stretch Festival). Her work has also been featured in multiple installments of CAPS Lock Theatre’s Pussyfest and the New Jersey One-Minute Play Festival. In addition to her playwriting, Lisa has recently begun to to explore the world of solo performing, and has performed at The Astoria Bookshop Storytelling Show, Monologues and Madness, QED, The Dump at the Creek and the Cave, and Jerusalem’s Comedy Basement. Lisa is a member of the Mission to (dit)Mars Propulsion Lab, The Drawing Board, and the Passage Play Lab.
Lisa also wrote and directed the documentary short, “Transforming Memory” at Jerusalem’s Ma’aleh Film School. You can watch the film here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWutZaLUsh0