Ep. 75: A Conversation with INALIENABLE RIGHTS’ Playwright Deb Margolin

What would you do if you were met in a voting booth by a mysterious stranger from the past? That is the crux of Deb Margolin’s short comedic play INALIENABLE RIGHTS. This play is being co-produced by Raleigh Little Theatre as part of THE 19th AMENDMENT PROJECT. Hear what Margolin has to say about her work, collaborating in a time of COVID, and the evolution of women’s theater.


About the Artist

Deb Margolin is a playwright, actor, and founding member of Split Britches Theater Company. She is the author of numerous plays, including Imagining Madoff, Turquoise, Critical Mass, and Bringing the Fishermen Home, as well as 11 solo performance plays which she has toured throughout the US. OBIE award for Sustained Excellence of Performance, the Kesselring Prize for Playwriting, a Helen Merrill Distinguished Playwright award, and the Richard H. Broadhead Prize for teaching excellence at Yale. https://www.debmargolin.com/

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