Artist Bios

Ike Holter

Ike Holter

(Bio as of March 2019)

Ike Holter is a 2017 winner of the Windham-Campbell Prize, one of the highest awards for playwriting in the world. Holter is a resident playwright at Victory Gardens Theater, and has been commissioned by The Kennedy Center, The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, South Coast Repertory and The Playwrights’ Center. His work has been produced at the Steppenwolf Garage, The Philadelphia Theater Company, off-Broadway at Barrow Street Theatre and Cherry Lane Theatre, The Lily Tomlin Center in Los Angeles, True Colors in Atlanta, Forward Theater in Wisconsin, Water Tower Theater in Dallas, 3oaks in Michigan and Jackalope Theatre Company, Teatro Vista, A Red Orchid and The Inconvenience in Chicago. He is the artistic director of The Roustabouts and is a regular performer at Salonathon in Chicago.

With Goodman Theatre

  • Lottery Day Lottery Day
    New Stages 2017
    Play by Ike Holter
    Directed by Lili-Anne Brown
  • Lottery Day Lottery Day
    1819 Season
    Play by Ike Holter
    Directed by Lili-Anne Brown