Academy for Theatre and Digitality

Michael Yates Crowley


Short Bio

Michael Yates Crowley is a Brooklyn-based writer and performer whose work has been produced in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Berlin, Edinburgh, and elsewhere. Together with the director Michael Rau, he founded the narrative technology company Wolf 359 and the reading series Hearth Gods.

His works for theater include The Rape of the Sabine Women, by Grace B Matthias (Playwrights Realm at The Duke on 42nd Street); Block Association Project (Humana Festival premiere); Song of a Convalescent Ayn Rand Giving Thanks to the Godhead (American Repertory Theater, Joe’s Pub); Evanston: A Rare Comedy (O’Neill Playwrights Conference selection); The Ted Haggard Monologues (published by S. Fischer Verlag; filmed by HBO); and TEMPING, which has been performed over 1,000 times at venues including Lincoln Center, American Repertory Theater, and three sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

He is a former NYFA Playwriting fellow and member of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Ars Nova’s Play Group, and a graduate of the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwrights Program at Juilliard.



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