Judson Arts’ playwright development program selects one writer or writing team each month, offering 15 hours of free rehearsal time and space, and culminating in a Loft party packed with drinks, food, and a brand-spanking-new play or thing that looks nothing like a play. The art is often raw and unready, just how we like it.

Every Third Wednesday of each month:
Doors open at 55 Washington Square South at 7pm
Free drinks and vittles until the show at 8pm

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Monologues for My Boyfriend

Wednesday, August 20th

Monologues for My Boyfriend is a collection of not-necessarily monologues for people who are not-necessarily boyfriends. An entirely collaborative work, MfMB explores universal truths and individual experiences, human relationships and self-discovery. This ensemble-driven piece is about three women searching for (something) through the lens of what is commonly perceived as love. Colliding events of heartbreak and humor, the piece travels back to a time when you knew everything, and nothing at all.

Written and created by Caiti Lattimer, Grace McGookey and Taylor Plas, edited and arranged by Jaclyn Little. We invite you to view this this work-in-progress and sorry if we dated you.


Caiti Lattimer is an actor and poet. She holds a BFA in Acting from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. Caiti has completed intensive study programs at The Actors Movement Studio Conservatory NYC, and Headlong Performance Institute. Caiti is a member of the John Desotelle Studio, and has recently obtained her teaching certification in the Williamson Technique for Movement. Caiti serves as co-artistic director for the Reckless Divine.


Grace McGookey is an artist and co-artistic director of the Reckless Divine. She has studied at Kalamazoo College, the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, and the Upright Citizens Brigade. Favorite roles in Alison Shields in Alison Shields, Harper in Angels in America, and Ariel in The Tempest. She would like to thank her sisters in art, Caiti Lattimer and Taylor Plas, and her beautiful blood and non-blood family.

Taylor Plas is a multi-disciplined artist and lifelong performer. She holds an MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School and is currently a second-year finalist for Lifetime Membership at the Actors Studio. MfMB is a very special experience for her. Taylor serves as Co-Artistic Director of the Reckless Divine Theatre Company.

July's Artist

Dipika Guha writes plays that are lyrical, funny and formally inventive. They include THE BETROTHED(Wellfleet Harbour Actors Theatre), THE RULES (Old Vic New Voices, Superlab Clubbed Thumb/Playwrights Horizons, BLOWN YOUTH (Barnard/New Georges) and I ENTER the VALLEY (Weissberger Nom ’14, Kilroy List). MFA: Yale School of Drama under Paula Vogel.





Judson Memorial Church is located at 55 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012.

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