Love, Sex, And Real Estate Creative
Playwright, Love, Sex and Real EstateBill Cosgriff
has written eight full-length plays and dozens of one-acts. His comedy, Call Your Sister, was live-streamed on Zoom by American Renaissance Theater Company (ARTC) in November 2021 and his full-length, Vanya Goes Vegas, (which he also directed) ran in Equity Showcase at CAP21 in 2016 - to sold out houses and strong reviews - and won a citation in the Jerry Kaufman Awards. His play, Rio Rita, was a finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference and won the 2013 Thomas Barbour Memorial Playwrights Award and his comedy, Deathclaw 7: The Escape, ran on Theatre Row and was a finalist for Lark Theater's Playwright’s Week.
Director, Love, Sex and Real EstateJohn D. McNally
John D. McNally has directed over 50 productions including WEST SIDE STORY, THE BLUEBIRD, RHINOCEROS, and a host of original scripts for the Roundabout Playwright’s Lab. As an actor Mr. McNally last appeared at the Metropolitan Playhouse in ALLISON’S HOUSE and 2014’s WITHIN THE LAW. He is a veteran of over 250 professional productions, including classic parts such as Cassius, Othello, and Vershinin; most recently: Robert in PROOF, Nixon in NIXON’S NIXON, Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL (The Portland Stage), The Professor in THE LESSON (Primary Stages NY), Greg in SYLVIA (Pennsylvania Center Stage), John in OLEANA. (Denver Civic).
is an actress, director, producer and veteran of numerous productions in Los Angeles, Boston and New York. For the American Renaissance Theater Company, Kathleen is starting her 10th season as Producing Artistic Director, where she has been at the helm for nine full Showcase productions, ten reading series, The Sunday Workshop and play Salons, three productions on Zoom and three multi-play festivals. She initiated ARTC’s Developmental Play Reading and International Reading Exchange series. Acting highlights include co-starring in Dino De Laurentiis’ film Beyond the Reef, Broadway’s The Utter Glory of Morrissey Hall and Off-Broadway’s Knucklebones. Kathleen is a proud alumna of Boston University’s College of Fine Arts, where she won the Stein Award; in addition to her theatrical career, she has distinguished herself in academia, serving as dean of Student Academic Affairs at Columbia University.