Georgina H. Escobar is a Ciudad Juarez, México native currently living in Manhattan via Chihuahua, Zacatecas, Ocean Beach, El Paso, TX, Albuquerque,NM and Waterford, CT.
Some writing credits include:
•Ash Tree ( The Kennedy Center National TYA Award, ASSITEJ Festival Denmark/Sweden);
•The Unbearable Likeness of Jones (Dixon Place, NYC),
•Coal: The Musical (The Lensic, Little Globe);
•Sweep (LTC Carnaval 2015 at De Paul University),
•The Wayfoot Series (In Development, Originally developed at the National Puppetry Conference 2014), ; &
•The Ruin (Manhattan Repertory Theatre, Words Afire Theatre Festival).
She's had the pleasure to work with:• The Brooklyn Generator (Writer, 2014) the HotInk Festival (David Olguin’s Asesinos, The Lark), the National Puppetry Conference, (Writer, 2014); National Playwrights Conference (Playwright Observer, 2011) as Literary Associate and Playwright Lab Instructor at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center; American Theatre Magazine (TCG), and the Latino Theatre Commons.
She has been a contributing writer for: •Industry Magazine;
•a contributor/editor for American Theatre Magazine;
•contributor/Managing Editor for Cafe Onda and HowlRound;
•contributor/managing editor for TCG Circle FOX/SPARK blogs; and
•contributing writer for Culturebot and Extended Play.