Michele Markarian’s play [Parents of Typical Children] is a pertinent commentary on American society, in a world where average is no longer acceptable.
— Shelley Molad, nytheatre.com
Markarian carefully crafts a story where problems are invented, and good fortune is ignored…. Parents of Typical Children is great fun for those who perpetually want more, and the ones who laugh at them.
—Cindy Pierre, talkinbroadway.com
About the Author:
Michele Markarian’s plays have been produced across the United States and UK, and appear in the anthologies The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2014 and The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2015 by Smith and Kraus and 35 in 10: Thirty Five Ten-Minute Plays by Dramatic Publishing. Her work can also be found through Heuer Publishing. Michele’s short stories have appeared in three anthologies by Wising Up Press, and the anthology inherplace.org, as well as in online journals yesteryearfiction.com, The Journal of Microliterature, The Furious Gazelle and The Prompt. Michele holds an MA in English Literature from the University of Massachusetts, and is a member of the Dramatists Guild. She lives with her husband and son in Cambridge, Massachusetts.