Rod McLachlan

Plays written by Rod McLachlan



Good Television – (4M 4W) Connie is an intervention counselor and producer on a reality television series which profiles people suffering from addiction. Against her better judgment, her superiors convince her to take on a special, risky case in the hopes of making a riveting, explosive episode. When Connie and her colleagues travel to South Carolina to interview a young meth addict and his family, Connie’s own demons resurface and the “explosive episode” threatens to blow up in her face.


Rod McLachlan’s first production as playwright was at David Mamet’s Atlantic Theater Company. GOOD TELEVISION opened at the Atlantic Second Space on June 4th, 2013 to superb reviews. Rod’s professional acting credits include seven shows on Broadway, five shows at Lincoln Center, five seasons at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and numerous Regional Theater productions. In addition, Rod has appeared in countless films and guest starred on network series such as The Crazy Ones, Madmen, CSI and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He has taught acting for the Camera at UC Riverside, and guest lectured at the American Repertory Theatre Institute, The Williamstown Theater Festival, and Northwestern University. He has also directed student showcases and plays in New York and Los Angeles.