Anne M. Hamilton is a NYC-based freelance dramaturg and the Founder of Hamilton Dramaturgy, an international consultancy. She received two Bogliasco Foundation Fellowships (1998, 2023), and the 2022 Grant for the Translation of Korean Literary Works from the Daesan Foundation (co-recipient: Walter Byongsok Chon). She co-authored Dramaturgy: The Basics (Routledge, 2023, with Walter Byongsok Chon), a practical guidebook in Routledge’s The Basics series. She created Hamilton Dramaturgy’s TheatreNow!, an oral history podcast series of important theatre women working in America. Anne has dramaturged for Andrei Serban, Michael Mayer, Lynn Nottage, NYMF, Niegel Smith, Classic Stage Company, Tina Andrews, The Harold Prince Musical Theatre Institute, The New York City Public Library’s Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, The University of Iowa Playwrights’ Workshop, The Bouwerie Lane Theater/The Jean Cocteau Repertory, Circle Rep, Leslie Lee, Andrew Barrett, the Great Plains Theatre Conference, the Genesis Festival at Crossroads Theatre Company, the Negro Ensemble Company, among others. She is also an award-winning playwright (WHO’S ANDY WARHOL?, THE STACY PLAY – A LOVE SONG – PART I, OFEM, and THE SHOEBOX). She is a Company Author for Winterlight Productions in New York City. Her chapter, “Freelance Dramaturgs in the 21st Century: Journalists, Advocates and Collaborators” appears in The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy. She is the Dramaturgy Editor for The Theatre Times, a leading online global theatre journal. Hamilton won the Dean’s Prize for Dramaturgy at Columbia University School of the Arts, and holds dual citizenship in the United States and Italy. She received her B.A. in English literature from Drew University, was a Visiting Student at St. Catherine’s College at The University of Oxford, and earned her M.F.A. in dramaturgy and theatre criticism from Columbia University School of the Arts.
Welcome to Hamilton Dramaturgy's TheatreNow!, a production of Hamilton Dramaturgy. This limited series oral history podcast reveals the artistic influences and creative processes of some of the most important women artists working in theatre today. Listen to fascinating conversations with leading playwrights, directors, actors, designers, producers, composers, librettists, educators, and critics. The series is posted on Soundcloud for greater exposure. And please share these great resources with your friends. Enjoy!
Anne M. Hamilton, Producer and Host, TheatreNow!
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