Bathsheba Doran

Bathsheba Doran

Bathsheba Doran (Playwright). Bash is the author of various plays including the The Mystery of Love & Sex which received its world premiere at Lincoln Center under the direction of Sam Gold, starring Diane Lane and Tony Shalhoub and the critically acclaimed play Kin which received its world premiere in spring 2011 at Playwrights Horizons, also directed by Sam Gold. She is the recipient of various playwriting awards and prizes including a Helen Merill Award, and she is a Susan Smith Blackburn Prize finalist. Bash also served as a writer/producer for the second season of Showtime’s hit series Masters of Sex, and was a story editor on Smash for NBC. Bash wrote on season two of the acclaimed Martin Scorsese/HBO series Boardwalk Empire (for which her episode received a WGA nomination). Bash is currently under commission from Atlantic Theater and Playwrights Horizons in New York City. Other current projects include a pilot for HBO, a mini series for FX about the life of Hedy Lamarr to star Diane Kruger, a new series for Channel 4 in the UK, and a feature film for Levantine Films. Her work is available from Samuel French, Dramatist Play Service and Playscripts Inc. A collection entitled The Marriage Plays will be published by Oberon Books in 2017. BA/MA, Cambridge University. MA, Oxford University. MFA, Columbia University.