Press for The Great Divide @ the Finborough



Photo by Graeme Braidwood

The Great Divide is up and running at the Finborough in London, and I was lucky enough to be there for tech week and opening. I am a bit biased, but I really think this is a beautiful production, expertly directed by Rory McGregor and gorgeously acted by a phenomenal cast.


I am so proud of this show, and the amazing work this dedicated group of artists have put in to creating this important world. If you happen to be in London, please check it out! Otherwise, I hope to be brining it to a theater near you someday soon!
Read the reviews here.

JONNO this summer at the Winnipeg Fringe

Super excited that Echo Theatre is producing my play JONNO this summer at the Winnipeg Fringe. From the Echo Theatre website:

“Which part made you think I like it?”- Dana

Echo Theatre is proud to present an angry new comedy about a famous radio personality.

And the women he assaults.

And Mr. Donkey Long-Ears: his only friend.

Inspired by TRUE EVENTS.

More info to come soon!


Exciting news about The Great Divide

Very excited to report that my play The Great Divide has won the 2015 Canadian Jewish Playwriting Competition. You can read about it here.

If you are Montreal this month, check out the reading of The Great Divide at The Segal Centre on February 16. You can also see my play The Secret Annex at the Segal Centre January 31-February 21.

If you are in NY, come see The Glass Piano, presented as part of Columbia’s New York’s Next series of new plays. Find out more here.

Save the date for The Glass Piano in New York City

I am very excited for my first full-length production at Columbia University! The Glass Piano is a new play inspired by the true story of Princess Alexandra Amelie of Bavaria, who believed she had swallowed a grand piano made of glass. It will be a short run, so mark your calendars now if you would like to see it. More details on times and tickets to follow.

The Glass Piano

a new play by Alix Sobler

Directed by Matthew Trucano
February 11-14, 2016
Schapiro Theatre, Columbia University campus