About Alix


This is not my dog.

Hi! Welcome to my website. My name is Alix Sobler and I am a playwright and performer in New York. In addition to my theater obsession, I am also a dog/cat/crafting enthusiast.


Here’s the official (sort of boring but important) stuff:

Alix’s play Sheltered won the 2018 Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition and received a world premiere at Alliance Theater in 2018. Her play The Great Divide won the 2015 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition and was named as finalist for the Henley Rose Playwriting Competition and runner-up for the Jane Chambers Award. It received its world premiere in September of 2016 at The Finborough Theatre in London. Her play The Secret Annex, was produced at the Segal Centre in Montreal in 2016. It was originally produced 2014 at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre. In 2015 it was published by Scirroco Press, and it received a public reading at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. She has had other work read or produced in theaters across North America including the Roundabout Theatre Company (New York, NY), The Kennedy Center (Washington, D.C.), South Coast Repertory (Costa Mesa, CA), Theatre Ariel (Philadelphia, PA), Gulfshore Playhouse (Naples, FL), Chicago’s Theatre Seven (Chicago, IL), Mad & Merry Theater Company (New York, NY), Prairie Theatre Exchange (Winnipeg, MB), Brown Trinity Playwright’s Rep (Providence, RI), The Tank (New York, NY), Theatre Or (Minneapolis, MN), and others. She has a commission with Theatre J (Washington, DC) to adapt the Yiddish play Miriam. She is a graduate of Brown University and received her MFA in playwriting from Columbia University in 2017, where she was honored to study with David Henry Hwang, Lynn Nottage and Charles Mee, among others.

Please feel free to contact me at alix.sobler(at)gmail(dot)com

My work in North American is represented by Gersh. Feel free to contact them with inquiries:

Leah Hamos

Vernaliz Co
(212) 634-8190

My work is represented in the UK and Europe by Berlin Associates. Feel free to contact them with inquiries:

Rachel Daniels