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Lillian Groag

Lillian Groag (Playwright/ Director, The Ladies of the Camellias.) works in the theatre as an actress, writer, and director. Her acting credits include Broadway, Off- Broadway, Mark Taper Forum, and regional theatres throughout the country. She has directed at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, the Old Globe Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Mark Taper Forum's Taper Too, New York City Opera, Berkeley Repertory, Milwaukee Repertory, Missouri Repertory, Seattle Repertory, Glimmerglass Opera, The Juilliard School of Music, the Sundance Institute Playwrights Lab, the Virginia Opera, Opera San Jose and the Company of Angels. 

Her plays The Ladies of the Camellias, The White Rose (AT&T award for new American Plays), The Magic Fire (Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays), and Menocchio and Midons have been produced variously by the Old Globe Theatre, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Kennedy Center, The Guthrie Theater, Berkeley Repertory, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Northlight Theatre, the WPA Theatre, Seattle Repertory, the Asolo Theatre, The Wilma Theatre, The People's Light and Theatre Company, Junges Theater in Bonn, Landesbuhne Sachsen-Anhalt in Eisleben, Shauspielhaus in Wuppertal, Hessisches Landestheater in Marburg, and Tokyo. The White Rose is now in National Tour in Germany. 

She has done translations and adaptations of Lorca, Feydeau, Musset, Marivaux, and Molnar, produced at the Guthrie, the Mark Taper Forum Taper II, and Missouri Repertory. Miss Groag is an Associate Artist of the Old Globe Theatre. The Ladies of the Camellias, Blood Wedding (commissioned by and produced at the Guthrie Theater and Missouri Repertory), and The White Rose have been published by Dramatists Play Service. 

Upcoming directorial credits include La Fanciulla del West at New York City Opera, Lucia de Lammermoor at Glimmerglass Opera, L'Enfant et les Sortilèges and L'Enfant Prodigue at Juilliard, and Turandot and Tristan und Isolde at Virginia Opera.