|Debbie is a playwright, author and editor of eight acting books published by Smith amp Kraus, Inc. Debbie's produced plays include phat girls, Triangle Logic, Eating in the Dark, Lack of Moisture and Out with the Old. Debbie is the co-bookwriter for the musical How the Nurse Feels, which had staged readings at both the ASCAP and Disney workshop in Los Angeles, and New World Stages in New York City. Debbie's short play Mind Control was produced as part of the 35th Annual Samuel French Off-Broadway Short Play Festival in New York City.
Debbie's commissioned work includes Everyday People, a play on anti-bullying which premiered in April 2011 to nearly 5,000 audience members. Additional commissions include Rx, a play that deals with prescription drug abuse among teens, You Belong to Me, a piece about dating violence, and Snowflakes, a theatrical documentary exploring Autism. Digital Natives focuses on the addiction of excessive texting and Internet usage and had its premiere in April 2016. Her most recent work, Drowning in Quicksand, will premiere in April 2017.
In addition to her writing, Debbie is an adjunct theatre instructor at Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR. She also teaches acting classes at the Portland Actors Conservatory in Portland, OR. Debbie is a frequent guest teaching artist and has taught master classes in playwrighting and monologue workshops around the country. Debbie received her MFA in theatre from Brandeis University and is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild.|
|Visit Debbie Lamedman's web page: http://www.debbielamedman.com|
|Plays by Debbie Lamedman with Brooklyn Publishers:|
|111 ONE-MINUTE MONOLOGUES FOR TEENS BY TEENS|