Carol S. Lashof is a playwright, librettist, and educator.  Her work has been broadcast on BET (Gap, dir. Ryan Coogler) and NPR (The Story, dir. Martin Esslin) and has been staged on five continents from Manhattan, New York to Mandurah, Australia.  As a lyricist and librettist, Lashof collaborates with British composer James McCarthy; their work has been commissioned by the Crouch End Festival Chorus and the Scottish National Opera.  Her numerous publications include Medusa’s Tale in Plays in One Act and What Color is Your Mama? in Cootie Shots: Theatrical Inoculations Against Bigotry.  Lashof has taught playwriting and literature courses at the University of California, Santa Barbara; Stanford University; and Saint Mary’s College of California.

For rights and information about Clay, The Minotaur, Options, and Persephone Underground visit YouthPLAYS http://youthplays.com/

For rights and information about all other plays, contact the author at clashof@gmail.com.


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