Matt BarbotMatt Barbot

Member since Cycle 5 (Spring 2015)

LRR Plays: Coming soon.
LRR Shorts: Coming soon.

Matt Barbot is a writer and actor from Brooklyn, NY who received dual BAs in Theater and Creative writing from Franklin & Marshall College. His plays have been performed in New York, Miami, LA and Pennsylvania. El Coquí Espectácular and the Bottle of Doom has been workshopped as part of IATI Theater’s Cimientos Play Development Program, and performed at The Brick’s 2014 Comic Book Theater Festival; Matt’s play Infallibility was produced as part of the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival. Recently, Matt wrote the Pepsi branded digital short The Perfect Play, starring Victor Cruz of the New York Giants. He is currently a member of The Flea Theater’s resident acting company, The Bats, with whom he performed in Jeffrey M. Jones’ A Letter from Omdurman, as well as the Drama Desk Award nominated and New York Times Critics’ pick These Seven Sicknesses. He is also a contributing writer to and former City Editor of online Latino culture and events guide Remezcla. Matt is pursuing his MFA in playwriting at Columbia University.


Jen BrowneJen Browne

Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: Mrs. Merrow Loves the Sea (4.1.14), Iona Means Island (8.20.13), The Way Things Are (1.28.13)
LRR Shorts: Missed Connections (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); Elephant, Kitten, and Donkey Have a Talk (Mistakes Were Made); Little Sacrifices (Happily Ever Robots)

Jen Browne is a Brooklyn based writer and actor. Her plays have been produced by the New York International Fringe Festival, ESPA/Primary Stages, CapsLock Theatre, the Unfringed Festival in Limerick, Ireland, Houston Fringe Festival, and others. Her short plays A Game of [Sugar] Thrones and Chicago Style Hot Dog can be found on Indie Theatre Now. She is a member of experimental theater company Deconstructive Theatre Project appearing in The Orpheus Variations (Under the Radar, 2015, Here Arts Center, 2013), A Christmas Carol and new project Searching for Sebald. @benjrowne

Tim DuncheonTim Duncheon

Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: Fearsome Frank (7.23.13 and 9.30.14), Bowling in Lezgenia (4.8.14), A Brief History of The Cold War (4.1.13)
LRR Shorts: Patient Zero (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); The Four Ocks (Mistakes Were Made); Lavinia (Happily Ever Robots)

Tim Duncheon is a playwright, lyricist, and composer based in New York. His plays include Stage Spies, or: The Designs of Benjamin Franklin, Speak, Lavinia, and I’m From Outer Space (Ars Nova ANT Fest). Tim’s work has been read, developed, or performed by The Amoralists, Boomerang Theatre Company, Naked Angels, and UglyRhino. He often writes irreverent, funny, and theatrical stories based on historical events. His pirate musical Fearsome Frank, which tells the (sort of) true story of an elderly Spanish composer who embarks on a pirate adventure, has been developed at The Paradise Factory, in The Musical Theatre Factory’s 4X15, and in residency at the Blue Mountain Center. He is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre Librettists’ Workshop, Lather Rinse Repeat Playwrights Collective, and Bastard Playground. Tim is also an accompanist and musical director. He is a graduate of Yale University, where he studied with Robert Woodruff, Michael Korie, Rachel Sheinkin, and Donald Margulies.

Tim Errickson Head ShotTim Errickson

Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: Warm Roses (10.14.14), The Firebird (8.13.13),MEGA (2.4.13)
LRR Shorts: The Cardinal Rule (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); A Bronx Love Song(Mistakes Were Made); Dudes & Shoes (Happily Ever Robots)

Tim Errickson is the Artistic Director of Boomerang Theatre Company. His play Endless Summer Nights premiered with Boomerang in September 2010 and was a “Pick of the Week” by His other plays include MEGA, Love and Romance, The Firebird and Warm Roses. Tim studied playwriting with ESPA and LAByrinth, including classes and workshops with Heidi Schreck, Kristopher Diaz, Winter Miller, Tanya Barfield, Lucy Thurber and Scott Hudson. As a director, Tim’s Boomerang credits include productions of Hamlet, Candida, Fenway, Burning the Old Man (6 NYIT Nominations, including Outstanding Direction), Stoppard Goes Electric, Much Ado About Nothing and As You Like It. Other recent directing credits include Donkey (13 Planet Connections Award nominations including Outstanding Direction), The Desk Set for Retro Productions (6 NYIT Nominations, including Outstanding Production), Brad Fraser’s Unidentified Human Remains and The True Nature of Love. Tim previously developed projects with John Pielmeier, Bill C. Davis, and Mike Folie, including the treatment for the feature film script “Places”. Tim studied at Hofstra University’s New College, The University of London and Circle Rep. He serves on the Honorary Awards Committee for the New York Innovative Theatre Awards and is the current co-president of the Off-Off Broadway Community Dish, a service organization for the Off-Off/Indie Theatre Community. @timerrickson

Gina FemiaGina Femia

Member since Cycle 5 (Spring 2015)

LRR Plays: Raindrops and Sundrops (2.24.2015)
LRR Shorts: Coming soon.

Gina Femia is a Brooklyn born and based playwright. Her work has been presented as a part of more than 30 festivals locally, nationally and internationally including The Women Center Stage Festival, Poetic License, The Short Plays by Women Festival in Columbia, MO, The New Ideas Festival in Toronto and the Prism Festival and Play Offs, both in Denver. Her plays include Super, or, How Clark Graves Learned to Fly (The New Plays Exchange in South Carolina, semi-finalist The O’Neill and The Princess Grace Award), For The Love Of (F*ck!ng Good Plays Fest at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Sarah Lawrence Theatre Alumni Production), Happily Never Ever (The United Solo Festival, The Estrogenius Festival), Mahogany Brown and the Case of the Disappearing Kid (The Brick’s Comic Book Theatre Festival), We Are the Gods (The Brick’s Oven Reading Series, Finalist for The Inkwell) and Five-Sided Triangle (Dixon Place’s HOT!Fest, The Downtown Urban Theatre Festival). Gina is a 2014/2015 Audrey Resident with New Georges (Accidental Burlesque) as well as an Affiliated Artist. She has received residencies with SPACE on Ryder Farm and the Grin City Collective. MFA, Sarah Lawrence College (Lipkin Prize in Playwriting).

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Lauren FerebeeLauren Ferebee

Member since Cycle 5 (Spring 2015)
Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: Sexual Geography (3.18.2014); Somewhere Safer (7.9.13); The Reckless Season (3.13)
LRR Shorts: Not Very Exciting Places, Are They? (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); Pop-Up Surprise with Cheryl and Helen (Mistakes Were Made); Hack Lock (Happily Ever Robots)

Lauren was recently a semifinalist for the prestigious Shakespeare’s Sister Fellowship, whose jurors lauded her work as “strange, funny and kinda heartbreaking.” In 2014, she was a fellow at Saltonstall Arts Colony and the first theatre-artist-in-residence at HUB-BUB in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Her most recent work includes Sexual Geography (HUB-BUB, March Forth Productions), The Reckless Season (Ground UP Productions, Boomerang Theatre Co., Spartanburg Little Theatre/HUB-BUB), Somewhere Safer (FringeNYC 2013, an Old Vic/New Voices Play Exchange and Inkwell finalist), and Blood Quantum (At Hand Theatre/WET Productions). Several of her plays are published online She is a lifetime member of the playwriting collective Lather, Rinse, Repeat, and studied playwriting, screenwriting and television writing at Primary Stages/ESPA. BFA, NYU/Tisch.

Mila Golubov

Mila Golubov

Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: A Good Girl’s Guide to Corporate Sabotage (8.6.13), All the Usual Ways to Bruise and All Too Fragile Ego (3.18.14)
LRR Shorts: Frequent Flyers (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); The List (Mistakes Were Made); This, That and Other Holes (Happily Ever Robots)

Mila Golubov is a Ukraine born, Brooklyn based playwright. Her plays have been featured in the NYC Fringe Festival, Downtown Urban Theatre Festival, Sanctuary Theater Next Stage series, Milk Can C.O.W series, Obligatory Theatre series, We Are Theatre night at the Cherry Lane, United Solo Festival, Dixon Place HOTfest, EATfest, Style & Sects Fest, Player’s Theater and the Gutter Drunk series by Hyper Aware Theatre Co. She is part of the Sanctuary Theater next stage program. and

Amanda Keating

Member since Cycle 4 (Fall 2014)

LRR Plays: GO THAT WAY (11.11.14)
LRR Shorts: Coming soon.

Amanda Keating is a New York City based playwright, composer, and performer. Her work has been produced by The Plowmen, UglyRhino, and NYMF. Recent productions include ROAST (Alchemical Theatre Laboratory) and NEAR SIDE/FAR SIDE (TinyRhino – UglyRhino). In New York, she has studied with playwrights Julian Sheppard, Brooke Berman, Ann Washburn, and Winter Miller. For the past year, Amanda has been developing GO THAT WAY along with director/dramaturg Molly Clifford and workshopped the piece in August 2014 with the Williams College Summer Theater Lab.

BrandonHerFantasyFootballHeadshotBrandon Marianne Lee

Co-founder, Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: American Football (8.27.13), Margie the Dog (2.25.13)
LRR Shorts: Virtual Reality (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); Speech (Mistakes Were Made); I Hate the Scar (Happily Ever Robots)

Brandon Marianne Lee is a woman (let’s just get that out of the way) and a playwright/performer/storyteller/fantasy football analyst/entrepreneur/super proud member of Lather, Rinse, Repeat!  She’s based in New York after spending her earlier life bouncing between Colorado, Nebraska and Minnesota.  Short plays include APARTMENT FOR THREE (3 Voices Theatre), THIS IS WHAT I WANT (ESPA Detention Series and Time to Strike Festival),WHAT ABOUT US (Gallery Players Black Box Festival), and I’LL PLAY THE COOK (ESPA Detention Series).  Her full length plays include AN INVITATION, AMERICAN FOOTBALL, MARGIE THE DOG POSTED, and ROCHESTER.  Her monologue “Political Apocalypse” was also part of the ESPA Detention Series and she’s a two time monologue selection for Pussyfest! presented by Caps Lock Theatre.  She is the recipient of the 2013 Mary Louise Rockwell Scholarship granted by the Einhorn School of Performing Arts at Primary Stages and received her BA in Theatre Arts and English at the University of Minnesota.  She’s a member of the Playwright’s Center, Dramatists Guild, AEA and SAG/AFTRA.

Mariah MacCarthy Head ShotMariah MacCarthy

Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: Safeword (2.2014), Honors Students (10.2014), The Hazards of Loving While Broken (6.25.13), Lysistrata Rape Play (3.10.13)
LRR Shorts: You’re Not a Bitch (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); A Shut Down Poem (Mistakes Were Made); Good John Red (Happily Ever Robots)

Mariah MacCarthy’s work has been presented and developed at EST/Youngblood, Rattlestick, Primary Stages, Culture Project, New Dramatists, La MaMa, HERE Arts Center, Theater for the New City, Jimmy’s No. 43, Players Theatre, site-specifically around New York, and in Austin, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, San Diego, Baltimore, and Fringe NYC. Plays include Mrs. Mayfield’s Fifth-Grade Class of ’93 20-Year ReunionMagic TrickThe Foreplay Play (two NY Innovative Theatre Award nominations: Outstanding Production and Outstanding Full-Length Script), Lysistrata Rape Play (developed at The Theatre Project and Filling the Well), Ampersand: A Romeo & Juliet Story (winner of 20 Looking Glass Forum Awards and FringeNYC “Outstanding Performance”), The All-American Genderf*ck Cabaret, and A Man of His Word (winner, California Young Playwrights Contest), as well as the short plays You’ll Have to Wait, The Avenging of KruppcakeA Drop of Cream, Go Away Come Here, All About a Boy (Best of Week, FronteraFest 2013), You’ll Thank Me Laterl’esprit de l’escalierThree Sisters New YorkDismemberment, and multiple plays in the NY and NJ One-Minute Play Festivals. Winner of the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award, Lotos Foundation Prize winner, 2012 “Person of the Year,” Executive Artistic Director and founder of Caps Lock Theatre, curator of Pussyfest and Sex With Robots, Filling the Well resident artist, San Diego native, Skidmore graduate, and a member of Youngblood, the Propulsion Lab, and Lather, Rinse, Repeat. and

Isaac Rathbone Head ShotIsaac Rathbone

Member since Cycle 2 (Fall 2014)

LRR Plays: Chub (3.3.15, 2.18.14); Forever a Roughneck (10.28.14); The Gnome (6.9.13)
LRR Shorts: The New Falkland Islands (NOW BOARDING J/K #FML #DELAYED); Deb & Joan (Mistakes Were Made)

Isaac Rathbone is the author of Captain Ferguson’s School For Balloon Warfare (59E59 Theaters, UK Premiere at the 2012 Edinburgh Fringe Festival), The Gnome (Barter Theater), Breakfast For Dinner (NYC Fringe Festival & Last Frontier Theater Conference), The System (Kraine Theatre), There’s Always A Band(Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater Lab & Great Plains Theater Conference), Jon Katsberg (Sam French Festival), Nice Paper (Teatro Iati), Finnegan’s Wake (Triskelion Arts Center), Welcome Back, Lloyd (Harvest Festival) and Bensonhurst (BoCoCa Arts Festival & The Chain Theater). Historical plays include: Undeclared History, The March of the Bonus Army (Both commissioned by Hofstra University), Little Eva (Greater Milford Historical Association) and Violet to Ruth Ann (National Baseball Hall Of Fame). He has been a featured expert on Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Women” series. His two ten-minute plays The Guests At Table 11 & Prodigal Father were selected as finalists for the Actor Theater of Louisville’s Heideman Award. Many of his plays are published by JAC Publishing and Promotions as well as He is a co-founder of Oracle Theatre Inc. He is a graduate of Hofstra University. and @IsaacRathbone

Natalie Wilson Head ShotNatalie Wilson

Co-founder, Member since Cycle 1 (Spring 2013)

LRR Plays: L’Aubergiste (2.4.14, 10.21.14); Sweethearts of Swing (2.11.13, 6.18.13); American Football (8.27.13), Margie the Dog (2.25.13)
LRR Shorts: In Transit (Now Boarding J/K! #FML #DELAYED); ‘Til Death Do Us Part (Mistakes Were Made ); Sweet Sixteen (Happily Ever Robots)

An opera singer in a former life, Natalie Wilson first stepped behind the pen in 2009. She has gone on to write numerous short plays, full-length plays, and a book for a new musical, Sweethearts of Swing, which was a 2014 Eugene O’Neill NMTC semi-finalist and had a staged reading produced by the Aurora Fox Arts Center in Colorado and at the Triad Theater in NYC. Her full-length play Breaking Pairs was presented in a reading at the Dramatist Guild in NYC, and short plays have been produced by Left Hip Productions, La Petite Morgue, and ESPA-Primary Stages. Natalie has four short works published by Indie Theater Now, and is the cofounder of Lather, Rinse, Repeat: A Playwrights’ Collective. and

Jeremy WineJeremy Wine

Member since Cycle 2 (Fall 2013)

LRR Plays: Proximity (3.10.2015, 7.30.2013); Pre-Fabricated Homes (9.23.14, 3.4.2014)
LRR Shorts: Honey Pot (Now Boarding J/K! #FML #DELAYED); A Mantis for All Seasons (Mistakes Were Made)

Jeremy is the author of Elevation, Proximity, Pre-Fabricated Homes, Continuity, I’ll Be Jonah if You Be the Whale, and a billionesque shorter works. He is a founding member of the Playwright/Directors Workshop at The Actors Studio, a member of the collective Lather, Rinse, Repeat, and the Pipeline Theatre Company PlayLab. He was the Walter E. Dakin Fellow at the Sewanee Writers Conference. Jeremy holds an MFA from The Actors Studio Drama School and is a graduate of Duke University.