by Martyna Majok

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About the Play

In a world where even the ugly jobs are gone, hard-working Polish immigrant Darja is done dating cheaters and dreamers. It’s time to look out for herself and the only thing that matters more – her son. Over the course of three relationships spanning 22 years, Darja must decide how hard she’s willing to fight for what she loves most.  From rising star Martyna Majok comes a new play brimming with humor, wit, and a lot of heart.

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Martyna Mojok (Playwright)

Martyna Majok was born in Bytom, Poland, and aged in Jersey and Chicago. Her plays include Mouse in a Jar, the friendship of her thighs, Petty Harbour, reWilding, Woman at the Well, and Ironbound. Her plays have been performed and developed at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Marin Theatre Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, the claque, LARK Play Development Center, The John F. Kennedy Center, The Playwright and Directors Center of Moscow, Satori Group, Yale Cabaret, HERE Arts Center, New York Stage & Film, Red Tape Theatre, and the LIDA Project, among others. Martyna has been awarded The David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize, The 2050 Fellowship from New York Theatre Workshop, The National New Play Network Smith Prize for Political Playwriting, The Jane Chambers Student Feminist Playwriting Prize, The Merage Fellowship for the American Dream, The Olga and Paul Menn Award in Playwriting, a Ragdale residency, The Howard Stein Scholarship for Playwriting, commissions from EST/Sloan Foundation, Walkabout Theatre, and The Foundry Theatre, and publications by Samuel French and Smith & Kraus. BA: University of Chicago; MFA: Yale School of Drama. She has taught playwriting at Wesleyan, The New Haven Co-Op High School, New Jersey Repertory Company, and SUNY Purchase, and assisted Paula Vogel at Yale. She is developing a musical about modern day Chernobyl with music by Michael McQuilken for The Foundry Theatre. Proud member of Ensemble Studio Theatre's Youngblood and The 2014-2016 Women's Project Lab. Martyna was the 2012-2013 NNPN playwright-in-residence at New Jersey Repertory Company. She lives in New York City.


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