Wendy C. Goldberg, a.d. of the National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, has reupped her contract with the org through 2013.
News comes while the legit conference for new work — held every summer in Waterford, Conn. — is in full swing, and a month after the theater center picked up the 2010 regional theater Tony.
Goldberg’s tenure, which began in 2005, has seen the development of works including “The Language Archive,” the Julia Cho play set for a run next season at the Roundabout, as well as Off Broadway vets “1001” and “The Receptionist.”
As a director, Goldberg has helmed productions at the Guthrie, the Goodman and the Paper Mill Playhouse, among other theaters.
The 2010 outing of the playwrights conference, which has helped launch the careers of legit scribes including August Wilson, runs through July 31.