Carolyn Cantor

Carolyn Cantor


Playwrights Horizons: Fly By Night, The Great God Pan, After the Revolution (Callaway Award), and Essential Self-Defense. Other NY Theater:  Regrets and Pumpgirl (Manhattan Theatre Club); In A Dark Dark House (MCC Theater); Arlington (Vineyard); Something You Did (Primary Stages); The Talls (Second Stage); Core Values (Ars Nova); Orange Flower WaterNow That's What I Call A StormLiving Room in AfricaStone Cold Dead Serious, and Life is a Dream  (Edge Theater); EVE-olution (Cherry Lane); and Kitty Kitty Kitty (SPF).  Regional: The Violet Hour (Old Globe); Rabbit Hole (Geffen, Garland Award); Diary of Anne Frank (Papermill); Not Waving and King Stag (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Vera Laughed and Get What You Need (NYS&F); After Ashley and Finer Noble Gases (Eugene O'Neill Playwrights Conference); and Nocturne (Ojai Playwrights Conference). Carolyn is the recipient of the Kanin-Seldes Award from the Theater Hal of Fame, both the Boris Sagal and Bill Foeller Fellowships from the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and a Drama League Directing Fellowship.  She was the founding artistic director of the Obie Award—winning Edge Theater and is a graduate of Dartmouth College. (As of 2/2/15)

Appears in
Essential Self-Defense
Indian Summer
After the Revolution
Fly By Night: A New Musical
The Great God Pan