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DRAMATISTS GUILD MEMBER
"Salter creates a detailed and absorbing world... Her strong voice resonates..." - Star Ledger
Salter's work displays, "the breadth of [her] acting skills as well as the meticulous attention [she's] paid to the construction of character - Charles Isherwood, NY Times
The production and performance of In the Continuum, "could easily have held their own among this year’s Tony Award nominees." - Ben Brantley and Charles Isherwood, NY Times
"The theater, used this wisely and this well [as in In the Continuum], speaks louder and penetrates deeper.” Newsday
Nolan Williams Project (NEWorks Productions Commission - libretto only)
Game Over (Woolly Mammoth/Black Women Playwrights' Group Commission - in development) - 2014 Map Fund Grant
Breakout Session, 2018 (NNPN/Cleveland Public Theatre Commission)
Top of the Pyramid, 2016 (A.C.T. Young Conservatory Commission)
Indian Head, 2016 (NJPAC's NJ Stage ExChange Commission with Luna Stage)
Mahogany Corpo - 10 minute, 2015 (New Black Fest UNTAMED Commission)
Peace Officer Privilege - 10 minute, 2015 (New Black Fest UNTAMED Commission)
Torn Asunder, 2015 (Kathy A. Perkins & Prof. Heather Andrea Williams commission)
Freedom Rider, 2014 (University of Missouri, Kansas City Commission)
Lines in the Dust, 2014 (Luna Stage Commission)
The Princess and the Papparazzi, 2013 - one act (Strange Dog Theatre Commission)
Repairing a Nation, 2012
Of Great Merit, 2012 (Taft Museum of Art Commission)
In the Continuum (co-author), 2005
Manchild in the Promised Land, (Commission - in development as a limited television series)
On Guard, (treatment - Sly Dog Films Commission) 2011
Father Figure, 2008
PRODUCTIONS, READINGS & WORKSHOP PRODUCTIONS
Cleveland Public Theatre (World Premiere, 2020)
McCarter Theatre, Fall Festival, In Their Own Voice, 2010
Blackboard Reading Series, Cell Theatre - 2011
New Moon Reading Series, Luna Stage - 2011
The New Black Fest - 2011
Luna Stage (World Premiere) - 2013
National Black Theatre (NYC Premiere) - 2014
University of Missouri-Kansas City (World Premiere) - 2015
Game Over (in development)
Space on Ryder Farm - 2014
Woolly Mammoth Theatre (World Premiere) - production pending
Luna Stage (World Premiere) - 2017
In the Continuum (partial list)
Mud/Bone Theatre Collective (summer festival) - 2004
Ojai Playwright's Conference - 2004
Primary Stages (World Premiere) - 2005
Perry Street Theatre (commercial) - 2006
Market Theatre (Johannesburg, South Africa) - 2007
Baxter Theatre (Capetown, South Africa) - 2007
Woolly Mammoth Theatre - 2007
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park - 2007
Kirk Douglas Theatre - 2007
GableStage - 2007
Philadelphia Playhouse - 2008
Yale Repertory Theatre - 2008
Goodman Theatre - 2008
Grahamstown Festival (Grahamstown, South Africa) - 2008
Traverse Theatre - Edinburgh Theatre Festival (Edinburgh, Scotland) - 2008
Up You Mighty Race Company - 2008
St. Louis Black Repertory - 2009
Ensemble Theatre Company - 2009
Luna Stage (World Premiere) - 2014
TimePiece Reading Series, TimeLine Theatre - 2015
ETA Creative Arts - 2016
Cleveland Public Theatre - 2016
St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre Company - 2017
Tennessee Women's Theater Project - 2017
Black Theatre Troupe - 2018
Geva Theatre (Hornet's Nest reading series) - 2019
Women's Theatre Festival - 2019
Of Great Merit (in development)
Ojai Playwright's Conference - 2012
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati (workshop production) - 2012
Star Center Theatre - 2016
Centerstage - 2015 (as a part of their "My America 2" series)
The Martin Segal Theatre at CUNY Graduate Center - 2015 (staged reading as a part of the UNTAMED series of the New Black Fest)
The Princess & The Paparrazi
StrangeDog Theatre Company, via Luna Stage - 2014
Playwright's in Process, Howard University - 2008
Blackboard Reading Series, Cell Theatre - 2009
Writer's Roundtable, NYU Steinhardt School, 2012-13
Genesis Festival, Crossroads Theatre Company - 2013
Crossroads Theatre Company (World Premiere) - 2015
National Black Theatre Festival - 2015 (Crossroads production)
PBS THIRTEEN - 2015 (Crossroads production taped, streamed online and broadcast on WNET's program Theatre Close-Up)
ETA Creative Arts - 2015
Karamu House - 2017
Institute for Arts and Humanities, Process Series - (workshop and reading) 2016
Howard University, (reading) 2016
Midtown Direct Theatre Company (reading) 2016
St. Louis Black Repertory Company (World Premiere) - 2018
RESIDENCIES, WORKSHOPS, ETC.
OSF & One Minute Play Festival's "Every 28 Hours", 2015
Pace University Acting for Television, Film and Commercials Final Webseries, ON THE VERGE, 2015
Harlem 9's 48 Hours in Harlem, playwright, 2014
TCG Conference, 2007 (performance), 2014 (panelist), 2016 (plenary facilitator)
Premiere Stages Play Festival, semi-finalist, 2013
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center National Playwrights Conference, semi-finalist, 2013
Playwright's of New York (PoNY) Fellowship, nomination 2013, 2015
Duncanson Artist in Residence (Taft Museum of Art), 2012
The American Slavery Project: Unheard Voice, 2012
McCarter Theatre Sallie B. Goodman Artists' Residency, 2007
US State Department - Cultural Affairs, 2007
In the Continuum. New York, NY: Samuel French, 2005. Print.
The Best Women’s Stage Monologues of 2006. Hanover, NH: Smith and Kraus, 2006. Print.
The Best Plays Theatre Yearbook 2005-06. New York, NY: Limelight Editions, 2007. Print.
New Playwrights: The Best Plays of 2006. Hanover, NH: Smith & Kraus, 2007. Print.
African Women Playwrights. University of Illinois Press, 2009. Print.
In the Continuum and other plays (schools edition). Harare, Zimbabwe: Weaver Press, 2009. Print.
Exceptional Monologues 1: for men and women. New York, NY: Samuel French, 2010. Print
Post-Black Plays. London: Methuen Drama, 2012. Print.
The Best Men's Stage Monologues of 2015. Hanover, NH: Smith & Kraus, 2015. Print.
The Best Women's Stage Monologues of 2015. Hanover, NH: Smith & Kraus, 2015. Print.
Contemporary Plays by African American Women: Ten Complete Works. University of Illinois Press, 2015 Print.
Monologues for Actors of Color: Men. New York, NY: Routledge Publishing. 2016. Print.
Monologues for Actors of Color: Women. New York, NY: Routledge Publishing. 2016. Print.
Contemporary Plays by Women of Color. New York, NY: Routledge Publishing. 2017. Print.
When the Promise was Broken. Hanover, NH: Smith & Kraus, 2018. Print.
Black Drama. Alexander Street Publishing. 2018. Electronic. (pending)
St. Louis Theatre Circle Award, Best New Play - 2019, Torn Asunder
National New Play Network Annual Commission - 2017
AUDELCO Best Playwright, Best Dramatic Production nominations - Carnaval, 2015
Routledge Publishing Monologues for Actors of Color Finalist, 2014
MAP Fund Grant, 2014 (Game Over, Woolly Mammoth Commission)
Friends of the United Nations’ Global Tolerance Award, 2004
OBIE, Special Citation, 2005
NY Outer Critics Award for Best New American Play, 2005
Theatre Hall of Fame - Marian Seldes/Garson Kanin Fellowship, 2006
Helen Hayes Best Non-Resident Production - In the Continuum, 2007
New York University, Graduate Acting, MFA
Howard University, Theatre Arts, BFA