Jennifer Berry’s play “Big Pharma” about the rise of the anti-depressant drug industry and the loss of her generation of women was commissioned by BmoCa in Boulder, CO in 2003 and went on to tour for five years.
TIRA PALMQUIST’s plays include Two Degrees, Ten Mile Lake (Serenbe Playhouse), Age of Bees (MadLab Theater, Tesseract), And Then They Fell, and others.
David Johann Kim
Both of David’s plays, Pang Spa and Two Stop, were awarded the 2022 Los Angeles New Play Project Award and Grant. Two Stop was recently workshopped at The Inkwell Theater.
LISA KENNER GRISSOM
Lisa Kenner Grissom is an LA-based playwright whose work explores complex social issues through intimate relationships, often through the lens of strong, complicated women.
Bianca is a Writer/Actor. She graduated from New York University’s Tisch School with a BFA in Acting & Dramatic Writing (TV/Film/Play writing).
Kansas City native, Marlow Wyatt is a magna cum laude graduate of Howard University’s Theater Arts Department. She is an actor and playwright.
Wendy Weiner is a playwright and TV writer. Her work walks the line between comedy and drama, using humor to crack open the complexities of being a woman in our culture, and to explore the ways gender roles affect people of all sexes.
Bernardo Cubría is the co-writer of the short Spanish Class that won Best Comedy at The NBC Universal Shorts Awards in 2018.
Jennifer Maisel’s The Last Seder premiered Off-Broadway with Gaby Hoffmann and Greg Mullavey after productions around the country and abroad.
JEANETTE D. FARR
Jeanette Farr is a playwright, producer and director of new plays, and holds an MFA in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in playwriting from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Christina Ham’s plays have been developed and produced both nationally and internationally with the Kennedy Center, Arena Stage, Center Theater Group, The Guthrie Theater, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Goodman Theater, Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston…
Alex Goldberg is an award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director. More than a dozen of his plays, including five full-lengths, have been produced around the world.
Julianne Jigour’s plays have been produced or developed at the Antaeus Playwrights Lab, Central Works, PlayGround, Theater Masters, KCACTF, and the HBMG National Winter Playwrights Retreat.
JAMI BRANDLI’s plays include The Romeo and Juliet Senior Citizens Project: A Comedy, M-Theory: a play told in 11 dimensions, Technicolor Life, Sisters Three, Through the Eye of a Needle, O: A Rhapsody in Divorce, Visiting Hours, The Caregiver’s Guide and BLISS (or Emily Post is Dead!) which was named in the inaugural Kilroys List.
Khari Wyatt has written for theatre, television, and various journalistic publications such as the National Urban Leagues “Opportunity Journal”.
Minita is most known for her critically acclaimed solo-show Muthaland which was workshopped at Silk Road Rising, selected for the Ignition Festival at Victory Gardens, and Jeff Award-nominated for Best New Work and Best Solo Performance for its World Premiere at 16th Street Theater.
Erick Rudnick started out as an actor and began writing by performing his own one-person shows in New York City.
David Myers’ work has been developed at Berkeley Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, South Coast Rep, The Public Theater, The Royal Court, The Old Vic, Pasadena Playhouse and more.
Victor Lesniewski’s plays include The Fifth Domain (World Premiere at Contemporary American Theater Festival), Couriers and Contrabands (World Premiere at TBG Theatre in NYC, Critic Howard Miller’s Best of Off & Off-Off Broadway List),
Levi Jelks, an Atlanta born native, is currently the proud co-recipient of the KCACTF Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award for his satirical play, A Is For Apron.
Jennie Webb is an independent Los Angeles playwright and dramaturg (she created and ran the new play development program, “Seedlings,” at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum and currently runs private workshops)…
Deb Hiett hails from the Deep South by way of Brooklyn. Antaeus Theatre Company featured a reading of her newest play, “Circle Forward” as part of their “Lab Results” Reading Series 2022 in Los Angeles. They also commissioned her to create “90024: Westwood” as part of their premiere season of Zip Code Audio Plays.
Carolyn Kras is a writer whose honors include the Visionary Playwright Award, Fulbright Fellowship, Hamptons International Film Festival Screenwriters’ Lab Selection, and First Place Alfred P. Sloan Screenwriting Award.
Brianna Barrett is a writer and performer fascinated with identity crises, double lives, mortality, grief, dick jokes with heart, and the forgotten history of stuff that happened surprisingly-not-that-long-ago. Recipient of the Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize in Comic Playwriting and twice-voted Portland’s Best Storyteller in Willamette Week.