Allison Lyman has dramaturged and/or produced over two dozen works and works-in-progress, including Ads (Richard Maxwell/New York City Players), The Cost of Value (Kirk Lynn and Melanie Joseph), Armory Show (Moving Theatre), The Octoroon (Branden Jacobs-Jenkins), Whore (Stephen Brackett), Him (Meghan Finn), and over 40 artists (including Marina Abramovich, Jay Scheib, Richard Maxwell, Phil Soltanoff, and Aaron Landsman) during her tenure as Producer of The Prelude Festival in 2008 + 2009. A regular consultant for organizations such as The Foundry Theatre, The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, and The Paper Industry, she has also discovered a mild passion for grant writing and bookkeeping. She has recently relocated to Los Angeles, and wants to know more about everything, including you.
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