Medley’s plays have been produced all over the U.S., including radio and podcast productions. She has written for film and television. March 13, 2020 (Martha’s Vineyard Theater), Celebrating Our Community (Gatekeepers Collective), Mrs. Palmer’s Honey (Bread and Roses Theater), Cell (Playing On Air), Take My Advice, Survive, Cell (full-length, Molelo Theater), American Slavery Project, Cell (one act, Ensemble Studio Theatre Marathon), Daughter (Ensemble Studio Theatre Marathon), Noon Day Sun, Diverse (City Theatre Company), and Relativity (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Ensemble Studio Theatre) which won the 2006 Audelco August Wilson Playwriting Award and was featured on National Public Radio's Science Friday.
Ms. Medley has also received the 2004 Going to the River Writers Life Achievement Award, 2002 Ensemble Studio Theatre 25th Anniversary Award for Theatre Excellence, the 2001-Theatrefest Regional Playwriting Award for Best Play, the 1995 New Professional Theatre Award, and the 1995 Marilyn Simpson Award. She was a Susan Smith Blackburn Award finalist (1989), and won the 1990 National Endowment for the Arts Playwright Award.
Plays include: Life And Limb, Rum And Coke, Big Time, Nebraska, Life During Wartime, Brutality Of Fact, Almost Blue, All The Rage, Frame 312, Human Error, The Missionary Position, Acquainted With The Night, Solitary Man, An Old Way To Pay Old Debts, and Pierre. Also, several adaptations, as well as several television and film productions.
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An Enslaved Woman “talks to” and dreams about her Child who was sold away from her, thirteen years past.
A family of three Mexican-American women work as guards in a U.S. corporate immigration detention center. They are forced to conceal the accidental death of a detainee infant, and the discovery that their chief supervisor is a serial rapist of detainee women. Their compromise costs them their own mental health, and destroys their family.