Goldie E. Patrick


Goldie E. Patrick is a Detroit native and proud alumna of Howard University based in New York City.  For over 20 years she has passionately worked in and built artistic collaborations in Black theater as a playwright, director, and producer. Her approach to theater-making lives at the intersection of her work as an artist, cultural worker, and educator. Currently the Director of programming at the Dramatist Guild Foundation, she is also the former founding executive director of FRESHH Inc Theatre Company for Black womxn and girls. Goldie is currently a candidate for her MFA in playwriting from Columbia University under the mentorship of David Henry Hwang and Lynn Nottage. She is also the inaugural Black Creation Playwright in residence at New Federal Theatre and Artist in residence at 651Arts. Directing credits include New Black Festival (Apollo Theatre), Project 892 (New York University–MFA program), The Halal Brothers (Columbia University), Foriwa (Hedgepig Ensemble & Classical Theatre of Harlem), REVELATIONS (Playing On-Air), Paradise Blue (Detroit Public Theatre), HERstory Love Forever, Hip Hop (John F. Kennedy Center), Jazzelle the Gazelle (Playing On-Air), and Blood at the Root (Howard University). Associate director credits include Between the World and Me (Apollo Theatre) and By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (Signature Theatre).

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