Samantha Noble

Samantha Noble is a Boston-based writer and playwright. She attended Smith College, where she was awarded the Denis Johnston Playwriting Prize. While at Smith, she acted as a Research Fellow in the joint faculty and student Louise W. and Edmund J. Kahn Liberal Arts Institute’s project titled “Evil”, for which her year-long she developed and staged her play The Strength of Stones. In 2013, she partnered with director Kathryn Stewart to create a Seattle-based theatre project, The Tenacity Theatre Collective, through which she premiered her original work An Actress vs. William Shakespeare as part of Seattle’s Arts Crush Festival. The play came to the East Coast as part of the Hamilton & Wenham Art Grows Here Festival. Her play A Drink was sponsored by The Nora Theatre Company in the 2016 Boston Theatre Marathon. In summer of 2016, her play, Franklin, was developed as part of the Kennedy Center and National New Play Network’s MFA Playwrights’ Workshop. Franklin later received a professional workshop production as part of Boston Playwright’s Theatre’s 2016-2017 season, and is now part of Perseverance Theater’s 2018-2019 season. She has worked as a dramaturge developing new works through Boston University and Boston Playwright’s Theatre, and has taught Creative Writing at Boston University. She holds a Masters in Playwriting from Boston University.

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