Jason Grote’s theater credits include 1001 (Time Out NY Top 10 of 2007, Ovation Award); Shostakovich or Silence (ACT New Play Award); the text for David Levine’s HABIT (2013 OBIE); and the script for En Garde Arts’ Basetrack (NY Times 2014 Critic’s Pick). His work has been produced and developed at Lincoln Center, Soho Rep, PS122, The Performing Garage, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Clubbed Thumb, The Sundance Theater Lab, The O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Center Theatre Group, The Denver Center, Woolly Mammoth, Page 73, The Civilians, Mass Live Arts, The Baryshnikov Arts Center, The Foundry Theater, The Luminato Festival, The Bielefeld Festival, The Prospect Theater, Baltimore Centerstage, The Watermill Center, Mass MoCA, Theater @ Boston Court, CAP @ UCLA, Salvage Vanguard, The Gammage Stage, The Weston Playhouse, and Chicago’s Theater on The Lake. TV credits include “Mad Men,” “Hannibal,” “Knightfall,” “Smash,” and “Z: The Beginning of Everything.” He was nominated for a 2013 Writers Guild of America Award for “Mad Men.” For film, he has adapted John Cheever’s short story “Goodbye, My Brother” (Water’s End Productions. He has received travel grants from The Likachev Foundation and the Trust for Mutual Understanding, was the 2006 Page 73 Playwriting Fellow, and is an alumnus of New Dramatists. His journalism has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, American Theatre, and The Brooklyn Rail. He has taught writing at Rutgers University, UC San Diego, Queens College/CUNY, Hollins University, and The National Theater Institute. MFA, NYU.