Sherry Kramer’s plays have been produced extensively in the United States and abroad, and include Things That Break, What A Man Weighs, and The Wall of Water. She is a recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts, as well as a McKnight Fellowship. She has received the Weissberger Playwriting Award and a New York Drama League Award. Her one-person play When Something Wonderful Ends: A History, A One Woman, One Barbie Play was performed at the 2007 Humana Festival.
In this podcast Sherry talks with us about being a playwright turned performance artist, the importance of not preaching to the choir, and the translation of When Something Wonderful Ends into Japanese.