has written several plays for young audiences that were presented at Kingsbury Hall by the University of Utah Youth Theatre. His original play Viral debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2011. He works in the film industry as a script coordinator, most notably on HBO’s Mosaic, directed by Steven Soderbergh. He is a graduate of the University of Utah, and is working on his MFA at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA.
’s plays include Rhythms (Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play), Two-Character Play (dramatic centerpiece of Allyn & Bacon’s Explore Theatre), and Thespian (Smith & Krauss’ Best Ten-Minute Plays of 2011). Her novel The Life List of Adrian Mandrick was recently published by Touchstone Books.
received his MFA in Playwriting from UT-Austin. His plays for mature audiences include She Gets Naked in the End, Halfway, Nebraska, and Dogfuckers. His plays for teens include an adaptation of The Jungle Book and a gay re-imagination of Romeo & Juliet for middle schoolers.
has penned over 60 produced plays. Screenwriter: Where We Disappear and Under the Same Sky. Woodward/Newman Award finalist for A Gulag Mouse, Todd McNerney National Playwriting Award for The Lady Demands Satisfaction. Three-time Joining Sword and Pen winner, Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting. Repped by Brant Rose Agency.