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Milo Cramer

Third-year MFA Playwriting Student


Milo Cramer is a third-year MFA student. As a child, Milo couldn’t pronounce “r,” “k,” “ch,” “th,” “j,” or “t,” and was in speech therapy until age 10 - a lot of his work is trying to process human connection and misunderstanding on a very basic level! Milo’s audio-play Boy Factory - a thrillingly vulnerable masturbation confessional - can be heard on Playwrights Horizons: Soundstage. His play Cute Activist premiered at The Bushwick Starr in 2018 (“a brilliant match of material and theater…a fable for our times” – Jesse Green, NYT). With New Saloon Theater Company (co-founder), Milo spent four years collaboratively devising Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at the Same Time (“delightful… a spring-green forum on youth’s discontents” – Helen Shaw, Village Voice), presented at The Public Theater’s Under The Radar Festival. Milo is a Macdowell Fellow and is under commission from Clubbed Thumb and Playwrights Horizons. He is working on a one person musical about the New York City school system. BA: Bard College; Representation: Emma Feiwel, WME. UC San Diego Credits: Nonna Kills the President, Business Ideas (staged reading).

UCSD Credits

Nonna Kills the President

Business Ideas (staged reading)


 Bard College