Carey Seward is a writer and performing artist who works across platforms creating art for positive change.
Seward’s work focuses on stories that represent, uplift, honor and celebrate female, femme, trans, non-binary, queer, kinky, differently abled, those on the spectrum, fat people and Alaskans throughout history and into the future.
Alaska Writer’s Workshop Playwright (2021)
Member of the Dramatist’s Guild of America.
Sister of the International Centre for Women Playwrights.
An original play by Carey Seward (2021)
William Shakespeare has two marriage bonds on record, one on Saturday November 27, 1582 to an unknown Anne Whateley and one the next day to his life-long wife Ann Hathaway. This romance follows the events of that infamous day in Stratford-upon-Avon, England and the real people involved.
Currently in development as part of Theatre Alaska’s Alaska Writer’s Workshop 2021.
Recent Workshop with Brown University/Trinity Rep Graduate Program.
Official selection of the Valdez Theatre Conference (June 19-26, 2021).
Official Selection of the Cold Read Series (NYC June 2021).