Ain Gordon (co-writer of Punch and Judy Get Divorced) has been writing and directing since 1984. His work has been produced in New York City by Soho Repertory Theater, Dance Theater Workshop (five times), Performance Space 122, Dancing in the Streets, and the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church. His work has also been presented by Dance Place (Washington, D.C.), the Baltimore Museum of Art, Spirit Square, and the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, where he was artist-in-residence. He has collaborated with Gayle Tufts, and Julian Webber, and with Wally Cardona on a project developed at Dansens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden. In June 1993, Gordon directed and wrote original text for Bebe Miller's Nothing Can Happen Only Once, which premiered at the Wexner Center in Ohio. He collaborated with David Gordon (as co-director, co-writer, and performer) in The Family Business, which received an Obie Award. He recently collaborated with David Gordon on the text for Punch and Judy Get Divorced, and they are currently collaborating on a new work commissioned by the Mark Taper Forum. He is a 1992 NYFA Playwriting fellow. His newest play, Wally's Ghost (for which he received an Obie Award in playwrighting), premiered at Soho Rep. in April.
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