Fengar Gael has had workshops and productions at The New York Stage and Film Company, the Sundance Theatre Lab, Utah Shakespearean Festival, the InterAct Theatre of Philadelphia, New Jersey Repertory, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, the Salt Lake Acting Company, the Moxie Theatre of San Diego, The Kitchen Dog Theatre of Dallas, The Seanachai Theatre of Chicago, the Botanicum Seedlings of Topanga, California, Harelquin Productions of Auburn New York, and in New York City: Urban Stages, the Abingdon Theatre, The Secret Theatre, The Spiral Theatre, Collaborative Arts Project 21, Turn to Flesh Productions, The Resonance Ensemble Theatre, Medicine Show Theatre, The Identity Theater, Yonder Window Theatre and Playwrights Gallery.
She is a recipient of the Craig Noel Award (for Devil Dog Six), the Playwrights First Award (for Opaline), Manhattan Theatre Works Excellence in Playwriting Award (for The Drapers Eye); and commissions from South Coast Repertory, the Hangar Theatre, New Jersey Repertory and the InterAct Theatre (through the National New Play Network), and a playwriting fellowship from the California Arts Council.
Most recently, The Usher’s Ball was given a showcase at the CAP 21's Shop Theatre; The Cantor's Tale was produced at the Hunger Artists Theatre Company; The Gallerist was produced at the Rorschach Theatre in Washington D C.; Gift of Forgotten Tongues at The Venus Theatre in Laurel, Maryland; The Island of No Tomorrows, was co-produced by MultiStages of New York;  Devil Dog Six was produced at the Landing Theatre Company of Houston, the Spiral Theatre of New York, and Detroit Repertory Theatre; Opaline was produced at The Secret Theatre in New York and The Garage Theatre of Long Beach, California, March On! was produced by the Hangar Theatre of Ithaca, and The House on Poe Street produced at the Yonder Window Theatre Company at the 14th Street Y Theatre in New York.