How We Died of Disease-Related Illness
by Miranda Rose Hall
About the Play
How We Died Of Disease-Related Illness is an absurdist comedy about the epidemic of American paranoia amidst the threat of epidemic disease. The play takes place in an American isolation ward after a U.S. citizen returns with an un-named illness from an un-named foreign country. An all-too-real present day crisis gets imaginatively upended on a seriocomic playground.
Miranda Rose Hall (Playwright)
Miranda Rose Hall is a playwright from Baltimore, MD. She has presented work in DC (Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage and Georgetown University), Baltimore (Center Stage), and Anchorage. She is resident playwright with LubDub Theatre in NYC, and an MFA student at the Yale School of Drama.