Milo Cramer is a playwright and performer. Works include Boy Factory (Playwrights Horizons: Sound Stage), Business Ideas (Clubbed Thumb), Cute Activist (The Bushwick Starr), and Minor Character: Six Translations of Uncle Vanya at The Same Time (created with New Saloon, seen at The Public Theater’s Under the Radar Festival, upcoming at The Wilma in Philadelphia). Milo worked on songs and scenes about teaching the SAT to sad teenagers in wildly different households across New York City, loosely titled Kid Songs or Learning and Unlearning, perhaps to be made into a one-person musical in response to a new play commission from Playwrights Horizons.
Milo Cramer worked in the Watson studio.
Built in 1916 in memory of Regina Watson of Chicago, a musician and teacher, this studio was donated by a group of her friends, along with funds for its maintenance. Originally designed to serve as a composers’ studio and recital hall for chamber music, the latter purpose was soon found to be too disruptive to…