Mickle Maher is a cofounder of Chicago’s Theater Oobleck and the author of numerous plays, including An Apology for the Course and Outcome of Certain Events Delivered by Doctor John Faustus on This His Final Evening; The Hunchback Variations; The Strangerer; Spirits to Enforce ; Cyrano (translator) The Cabinet; and Lady Madeline. His plays have appeared Off-Broadway and in numerous theaters around the world. He has been the recipient of a Creative Capital grant (for The Strangerer) and, recently, an NEA grant to develop his Hunchback Variations into an opera, and a MAP grant (through Catastophic Theatre) to write a play about a man with a talking hand. He currently teaches play writing and related subjects at the University of Chicago, and Columbia College. For the University of Chicago he is adapting Stanislavski’s An Actor Prepares for production at the university’s Logan Cultural Center in 2012. His plays are published by Hope and Nonthings.

An interview with Mickle about Spirits To Enforce.
Reviews for the Hunchback Variations Opera