This portrait is currently on display at Dixon Place and will be published after March 6th. It is part of Necessary Exposure’s 3rd installation which explores what it means to be writing for the theater as a woman at this moment in history.
Click below to listen to an excerpt of Lisa’s play Persephone in Retrograde
read by Elizabeth Seldin and Adriana Jones. Sound Design by Martha Goode.
“My mother had a beautiful garden. A bit wild, but there was an internal rhythm. A patchwork quilt of shapes, colors and flavors . . . I sometimes felt I was growing up in an alternate universe.”
Lisa Huberman is a playwright and storyteller based in Astoria, whose work has been produced throughout New York City and New Jersey. Her full-length play, Sex and Charitable Giving was produced in The Brick Theatre’s inaugural F*ck Fest and was recorded for Elephant Run District’s hERD Podcast. She recently performed her solo show, The Worst Zionist in the Room, Lounge Series at Dixon Place. Lisa is an Artist in Residence with the Queens-based artist collective Mission to (dit)Mars and a member of their playwriting group, The Propulsion Lab.