William Glick’s plays include Kin Folk (World Premiere, The New Colony 2016), The Bigot, Wilma, Through the Clouds I See Nuremberg, The Winter Farm, and the libretto for the children’s opera Cry Wolf (2017 Crane Prize for Performing Arts). His work has been developed with Northlight Theatre, The House, Chicago Dramatists, The New Colony, First Floor Theatre, and the Sewanee Writers' Conference. He has been a finalist for the Heideman Award and Bay Area Playwrights, and his play Kin Folk was shortlisted for the 2016 Relentless Award. He is interested in making theater that depicts three-dimensional right wing characters and openly explores conservative thought. He received his BA from the University of Chicago and was a James Michener Fellow at UT-Austin. He is based in New York City.
MAY 2017: Cry Wolf: A Children's Opera for Young Audiences won the Crane Prize for Performing Arts.
MARCH 2017: Kin Folk was shortlisted for The Relentless Award.
JULY 2016: Kin Folk premieres with The New Colony at The Den Theatre in Chicago.
JUNE 2016: Adam Szymkowicz interviews me on his blog "I Interview Playwrights."