Anna Langman (she/her) is a recent graduate of Brooklyn College’s MFA playwriting program. Her work seeks to break the way we think about art and life, while always remaining inclusive to the asexual community. She also contends with several invisible disabilities that inform the way she navigates the post-pandemic theatre scene. Her plays have had staged readings and productions regionally, and have been named finalists internationally; she has created quarantine plays in formats such as Zoom, Twitch, Instagram, and Minecraft. Anna is also a prolific sonneteer and an avid Bardolator. She lives in Philadelphia and on New Play Exchange.
The Ace Ish: An LGBTQIAce Revue
Adapted for the stage from the pages of collage and zine art, The Ace Ish: An LGBTQIAce Revue is a one-act exploration of one person's experience of asexuality, told through seven voices (at least). As the characters perform poetry and burlesque, attend a rave, battle through conflicting ideologies, and confess their deepest secrets, we gain a refracted portrait of an asexual individual in the process of discovering and proclaiming their sense of their own self.