Appeared in / wrote one-woman show, "Neat". NOTE: Won the Irving and Blanche Laurie Theater Vision Award.
Charlaine Woodard | Charlain Woodard | Charleine Woodard | Charlaine Woodward
Did You Know?
I have been doing other people's plays all my life, and even though I've been doing solo plays, that was just so other people could see that I could be the lead in their plays. When I first wrote "Pretty Fire" it was just so I could get a job in a play where I didn't have to sing.
Her first solo play, "Pretty Fire", was produced at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles, Manhattan Theatre Club, Seattle Repertory Theatre and LaJolla Playhouse. It received LA Drama Critics and NAACP awards for best play and best playwright.