Caleb Palmer is an actor, writer, and playwright from Cambridge, Massachusetts and a graduate of Emerson College with a BFA in Theatre and Performance. He is the 2019 recipient of the Rod Parker Playwriting Fellowship for his play The Devil on Your Shoulder, which received a full production at the Greene Theatre in Boston. Currently, he is interning with Drug Story Theatre as an assistant playwright. Favorite performance credits include Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, Lucky Stiff, and The Boy Who Stole the Stars. Caleb is passionate about creating and developing new work in various mediums, from plays to podcasts, and is thrilled to be working with Lost and Found Theatre.
In Otherworldly, a group of friends play Dungeons and Dragons, together but remotely, during the pandemic. As they discuss the game, their friendship, and the things they miss about how they used to play, their lives outside begin to intrude, introducing a conflict between their imaginary world and their real one.
Drug Story Theater (DST) takes teens in the early stages of recovery from drugs and alcohol, teaches them improvisational theater, and helps them craft their own unique stories into a play about their seduction of, addiction to and recovery from drugs and alcohol.
Solidarity Supply Distro is a coalition of leftist and anti-capitalist organizers who are building community resilience to the COVID-19 pandemic. Right now, they distribute free supplies to the people who need it.