Plays written by Anton Dudley
SONG OF THE WIND
CITY OF – (3F, 3M) -Four disparate Americans journey to Paris in search of love. A mysterious symphony of speech and dreams unfold as their lives entangle in a web of paintings, opera, and absinthe.
SONG OF THE WIND – (1F, 2M) On a lonely beach in the North Channel Islands, the boundaries of dream-life and waking-life blur, as two men travel through time to find their future in the past. Song of the Wind is a love song to the vanishing rural lives of two soul mates who believed they had found Tír na nóg, the mythical Land of Youth.
Anton’s Off-Broadway productions include City Of (Playwrights Realm), Substitution (Playwrights Realm featuring Jan Maxwell), Getting Home (Secondstage Theatre directed by David Schweizer), Honor and the River (Theatre Row featuring Jan Maxwell), and Slag Heap (Cherry Lane Theatre featuring Vincent Kartheiser). Other productions include A Dram of Drummhicit [co-written with Arthur Kopit] (LaJolla Playhouse directed by Christopher Ashley), Honor and the River (Walnut Street Theatre, Luna Stage, New York Stage & Film), Cold Hard Cash (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Letters to the End of the World (Finalist for 2012 Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Drama), Davy & Stu (Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Lake’s End (Adirondack Theatre Festival featuring Jason Butler Harner), and Song of the Wind. His work has been commissioned by Manhattan Theatre Club, Playscripts Inc, Cherry Lane Theater, Stella Adler Studio, and Williamstown Theatre Festival, and is published by Playscripts, Heuer Publishing, Heinemann Press, Backstage Books, Vintage, and Samuel French. The award-winning short film of Davy & Stu, directed by Soman Chainani, appears on Strand Releasing’s Boys Life 6.