Fengar Gael

Fengar Gael’s plays have developed and produced at the Sundance Playwrights Lab, the InterAct Theatre of Philadelphia, the Moxie Theatre Company, New Jersey Repertory, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Seanachai Theatre of Chicago, Kitchen Dog Theatre of Dallas, The Botanicum Seedlings, the Tangent Theatre and AboutFace Ireland New Play Festival, and in New York City: MultiStages, The Abingdon Theatre Company,  Playwrights Gallery, and Manhattan Theatre Works.

She is a recipient of the Playwrights First Award, the Craig Noel Award, as well as commissions from South Coast Repertory, New Jersey Repertory, the InterAct Theatre, the Hangar Theatre, and a playwriting fellowship from the California Arts Council.

Most recently, Devil Dog Six was produced at the Landing Theatre of Houston and Detroit Repertory Theatre; Opaline was produced by The Secret Theatre of New York and at the Garage Theatre in Long Beach, California; March On! was produced at the Kitchen Theatre of Ithaca; The House on Poe Street was produced in New York at the 14th Street Y Theatre;  Sycorax: Cyber Queen of Qamara was produced by the Ego Actus Theatre of New York; The House on Poe Street was produced at Detroit Repertory Theatre and won the Wilde Award for most original production. Most recently, The Draper, was the winner of the 2020 Julie Harris Playwriting Competition’s Ruth Flinkman-Marandy and Ben Marandy Award sponsored by the Beverly Hills Theatre Guild.