Stacey Rose
Joined 2019-12-12 18:59:34

Stacey is a proud Black woman, daughter, sibling and mom. Her work celebrates and explores Blackness, Black identity, Black history, body politics, and the dilemma of life as "other." Her work has been presented at: The Fire This Time Festival, The Lark, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, National Black Theatre, Pillsbury House Theater, and Barrington Stage Company. Stacey has held fellowships/residencies with The Dramatists Guild, The Playwrights' Center, Sundance Theatre Lab, The Goodman Theatre, The Civilians, and Tofte Lake Center. Her play AMERICA v. 2.1, won the inaugural The Burman New Play Award. AMERICA v. 2.1 and her play AS IS are featured on the 2019 Kilroy's list. Stacey's play LEGACY LAND also made the 2019 Kilroy's list as an Honorable Mention. She is a recipient of a 2019 Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Womens Commissioning Grant in partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre.

Stacey Rose's articles

Trap Music Meets Investigative Theater in Stacey Rose’s TRAPT

In this interview with Extended Play, the creative team behind "TRAPT," a new devised investigative theater piece about trap music, discusses their creative process and ongoing reckoning with trap music in advance of a presentation at Joe's Pub on December 16.

What Trap Music Means To Me: A Reckoning

Stacey Rose discusses her relationship to Trap music and how it inspired "TRAPT," a new play she is developing in the Civilians R&D Group.