Paul Pasulka is a network playwright at Chicago Dramatists and a psychologist in private practice and on faculty at Northwestern University Medical School (paulpasulka.com). His plays have been read or produced throughout Chicago. Gruoch, or Lady Macbeth recently received a reading in the New Works Festival at Three Cat Productions. When the Wheels Come Off will be performed at the Brookfield New Play Festival in November; directed by Three Cat’s Jason Smith. Several of Paul’s plays were selected for staged readings of scenes at The Chicago Dramatists and Adventure Stage Chicago. He frequently writes in a style of magical realism (Biblical Job as an Iraqi-American contractor in Abu Ghraib Prison; PT Barnum and Saul Alinsky at the gates of heaven; The Snow Queen, a play for adults, in a modern setting). He also writes plays for children (Aesop’s Fable; Sarah’s Story).
Paul was also honored to play the role of Dak in Hang Your Hat at Mr. Kelly’s at Three Cat Productions.
He also writes and performs solo pieces, performed as part of the GenNarrations Project with the Goodman Theatre of Chicago and at Three Cat Productions. He will perform Sonuvagun by invitation at the International Storytelling Festival in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, in October.
Meep-meep! features Chicago Rap artist Da$h and Chicago imporv mad-man, John Dolan. The play is directed by the author; sound engineering is provided by Das$h.