C.J. Ehrlich is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter, whose plays have enjoyed more than 200 productions, in 35 US states and on five continents. She is published in 8 volumes of Smith & Kraus' annual Best Ten-Minute Plays anthologies (between 2011 and 2020), where she is referred to in the Forward as "a master of the ten-minute play form." Other anthologies include The Best American Short Plays of 2014-15 (Applause/Hal Leonard), and G-Men in G-Strings: The J. Edgar Hoover Follies (Heuer). Produced full-lengths include THE CUPCAKE CONSPIRACY: Terrorism is Easy. Marriage is Complicated (with Philip J. Kaplan), ZANE TO GATE 69 (a comedy about time travel and feminism), and THE MALTESE BABKA. C.J.'s pilot Loser Island won Second Place in the 2021 Ivy Film Festival. She is currently working on several screenplays, including sci fi comedy Stupid Voices from the Future ("what if the future called, but it was the wrong number?"). For more please visit CJ-Ehrlich.com.