STAGE

  • We The Village, Staged Reading, Unexpected Play
    Festival, Theatrical Outfit, 2020, Atlanta
  • Ms. Management, Ain't I a Woman Playfest 2019,
    Russell Theater, Louisville
  • Black Body, Blue Note, Rosetta 2019, Vanguard
    Repertory Company, 2019, Atlanta
  • We The Village, Reading, Horizon Theatre, 2018,
    Atlanta
  • Spare Change, Reading, MoJo Fest, Elm Street
    Cultural Arts Village, 2018, Woodstock, Ga
  • Spare Change, Blue Pearl Theatrics, Playroom
    Theater, 2018, New York
  • Ms. Frankie Lee, Fade to Black Play Festival,
    MATCH, 2017,  Houston
  • Looter, Fade to Black Play Festival, Queensbury
    Theatre, 2016, Houston
  • Secret Life in a Sacred House, Reader's Theatre
    Series of New Works, NBTF, 2015, Winston-Salem,  
    N.C.
  • Secret Life in a Sacred House, New Life Productions,
    2015, Columbia, S.C.
  • Colored in Winter, Fade to Black Play Festival,
    Queensbury Theatre, 2015, Houston
  • The Costume Waver, Fade to Black Play Festival,
    Obsidian Theater, 2014, Houston
  • ID, NAACP Theatre Festival of Ten-Minute Plays,
    2012, Los Angeles
  • Kinsman Redeemer, Coleman & Smith Artistic
    Company, 2006, Los Angeles
  • Braxton Place, LAWTF Workshop Showcase,
    Fountain Theatre, 2005, Los Angeles

VIRTUAL

  • If You Build It, Out of Hand Theater, Equitable
    Dinners: Lift Every Voice, 2020, Virtual
  • Two-Headed Enemy, Black Theatre Network, Voices
    of the Black: LGBTIA+, 2020, Virtual
  • Together But Apart, Billie Holiday Theatre, Love in
    the Time of Corona, 2020, Virtual
  • The Other Gospel, Alabama Shakespeare Festival,
    22 Homes, 2020, Virtual

SCREEN

In 2017, Solomon's Porch, was a semi-finalist in the
Nashville Film Festival's Screenwriting Competition.  In
2014,
Solomon's Porch was selected to be read in the SAG-
AFTRA Atlanta Indie Screenwriter Showcase at the Porter
Sanford III Performing Arts and Community Center.













In 2013, Dana's short screenplay,
ID, adapted from her play
with the same title, was selected to be used as part of the
curriculum in the Stage and Screenwriting course at Long
Beach City College.
2020 © Copyright. Dana Stringer.  All Rights Reserved.
DANA L. STRINGER is a commissioned playwright,
writer, poet, screenwriter, and writing instructor.  Her work
is primarily concerned with themes of identity—racial,
sexual, gender, religious, and social.  She seeks to
explore, challenge, and debunk negative stereotypes,
myths, and belief systems that reinforce prejudice, bigotry,
inequality, and injustice.   She is committed to bridging
gaps by creating work that fosters empathy,
understanding, and compassion for 'other'.  She believes
that the performing arts, the literary arts, and the cinematic
arts are the most effective platforms for promoting
understanding.

Dana's body of work has garnered a reputation for tackling
some of the most controversial and critical issues
confronting us today.  Her overall mission is to nurture
ongoing dialogue between communities that have
historically clashed, as well as to educate, inspire,
enlighten, and empower others through the arts.

Dana is a native of Louisville, Kentucky with a Masters of
Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Antioch University Los
Angeles and a Bachelors of Arts from Morehead State
University.  Dana has served as an online instructional
facilitator and instructor in the
Inspiration to Publication
Program
at Antioch University Los Angeles.  She is
currently an adjunct faculty member at Antioch University
Online, as well as an academic writing consultant in the
eLearning industry.


Dana is an Artist-In-Residence at Out of Hand Theater.
She is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America
and Atlanta-based Working Title Playwrights. She has
participated in playwriting workshops at the
Robey  
Theatre  Playwright's Lab
in Los Angeles as well as the
Page to Stage playwriting workshop with the Los Angeles
Women's Theatre Festival.

In the past, she has served as a member on the board of
directors for the Cultural Alliance of Long Beach in Long
Beach, California.
Photo by Kim Roseberry