Greg Vovos is a playwright, screenwriter, and director, working in the vibrant Cleveland theater scene. He’s a two-time winner of the Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award in Playwriting (Complete and Total; How to be a Respectable Junkie); a 2016 Cleveland Public Theatre Nord Playwriting Fellow (Well Beings); Dobama Theatre Playwrights Gym member; and proud Dramatists Guild member. Greg was resident playwright for the Willoughby Fine Arts Association’s Theatre for Healthy Living Program for whom he’s written 15 plays about issues facing youth today. His work has been seen around the world, translated into several languages, and published by Dramatic Publishing, OriginalWorks, and PPT Press. He’s taught playwriting at several theatres and universities, including the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Baldwin Wallace University, and Case Western Reserve University. He earned his MFA in Playwriting from UNLV where he studied with Julie Jensen. Greg’s married to his best friend and together they have two amazing kids.