Deirdre Price writes plays and other things. Through their work and in their life Deirdre seeks to explore the ‘no place’ of anarchism, queer utopia and futurity, and pedagogies of possibility. Stylistically, they embrace surrealism with loving arms. Talking birds keeps coming up, as do themes of climate anxiety, class struggle, and existentialism. They have questions — always, questions — about what it means to lead a truly queer life and are curious about our capacity for surprise. They believe in the power of theatre.
Deirdre grew up and lives still in the beautiful state of Virginia, currently residing on unceded Tutelo and Monacan land. They are a proud member of the Dramatist Guild of America and the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas and graduated from Hollins University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and English. Deirdre uses they/them pronouns and their greatest dream is to meet Bigfoot. If you are Bigfoot and would like to meet up, please don't hesitate to reach out.