Laura Axelrod’s plays and monologues have been performed in the U.S. and Europe.
In New York, audiences saw her work at such places as Collective Unconscious, Raw Impressions, Westside Rhyme, The Red Room and Dixon Place.
In California, her work was produced at City College of San Francisco, San Francisco State University and Venue 9.
Her play, “Everybody In This House” was performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. The script is available through Original Works Publishing.
Laura’s articles have appeared in The Birmingham News and AL.com, Alabama’s largest news-gathering site. Newhouse News Service distributed her book reviews, and the reviews subsequently were published by The Houston Chronicle, Seattle Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Grand Rapids Press and other newspapers across the country.
In 2008, she created “Project 1968,” a blog docu-novel, based on her full-length play, “War is Kind.” Educause Review cited the the project as an example of Web 2.0 Storytelling.
She graduated from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts with an MFA and BFA in Dramatic Writing. Now she and her husband are restoring the 1885 Alabama farmhouse her husband’s great-grandfather built.