Resident Playwright2011 -- 2018
Stefanie Zadravec is a resident playwright at New Dramatists and a 2012-2013 Playwright Fellow at The Lark Play Development Center. Her work has been developed at The Women's Project, Play Penn, and The Kennedy Center among others. Honey Brown Eyes (Theater J,D.C.; Working Theater, NYC) received the 2009 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play and was published in American Theatre magazine. The Electric Baby(Two River Theater Co.) received Women in Arts and Media's Collaboration Award. Save Me (The Barrow Group) received the Baltimore Playwrights Festival Award for Outstanding New Play as well as the Phoenix Theatre's National Playwriting Award. Collaborative work includes:We Play For The Gods (The Women's Project), The Fear Project (The Barrow Group) 167 Tongues (Theatre 167), and You Are Now The Owner of This Suitcase (Theatre 167). Grants and residencies include: The Dramatists Guild Fellowship, Playwrights Realm Fellowship, Sewanee Writers Conference Fellowship, NYSCA artist grant, and the Sustainable Arts Foundation Writing Award. She teaches screenwriting and playwriting at Primary Stages ESPA school. Stefanie is an alumnus of The Women's Project Lab and is working on commissions for The Working Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Epic Theatre Ensemble.
Stefanie Zadravec was one of five artists to earn a Sustainable Arts Foundation Writing Award. The Sustainable Arts Foundation awards cash grants to visual artists and writers with families.