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by Selina Fillinger


Directed by Maythinee Washington & Daz Weller

One four-letter word is about to rock 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. When the President unwittingly spins a PR nightmare into a global crisis, the seven brilliant and beleaguered women he relies upon most risk life, liberty, and the pursuit of sanity to keep the commander-in-chief out of trouble.

Selina Fillinger’s brilliant, all-female farce took Broadway by storm in a star-studded production that earned three 2022 Tony nominations.

Mar 6 - 24, 2024


A Devil in Memphis a Black Southern Gothic

A DEVIL IN MEMPHIS is an immersive, multi-generational saga  inspired by Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and the history of the American South by Maythinee Washington, devised with students at the University of Memphis.

Set in a mysterious 19th century home that has served as both church and brothel—itself inspired by real life Memphis gem, Earnestine and Hazel’s—, guests take on the role of Mephisto (aka Mephistopheles), the aforementioned devil. In this 75 minute experience, they witness pivotal moments in the lives of the Marlowes, a fictional Black family navigating travails from Reconstruction to the Civil Rights Movement. This play explores themes of race, identity, fate, and being careful what you wish for. This project questions the seductive guises of power and the Faustian bargain of benefiting one’s own community or escaping oppressive cycles.



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Summer/Fall 2021

The Medusa Project

The Medusa Project is an original play I was directing and devising pre-pandemic with 16 core ensemble high school actors and a high school creative team. I was interested in the great monsters of Greek mythology remixed with tropes of American adolescence to explore themes of insiderness and outsiderness, us and them:

who gets to be the hero and who is cast off as the villain.

Winter 2020