Resident Playwright2011 -- 2018
STEFANIE ZADRAVEC is a resident playwright at New Dramatists, playwright-in-residence at The Women’s Project and member of the Keen Company's 2017 Playwright’s Lab.
Her plays include: Colony Collapse (Theatre@Boston Court: Kilroys List; LA Times Critics Choice); The Electric Baby (Two River Theater, Quantum Theatre,Rorschach Theater); Honey Brown Eyes (Theater J, Working Theatre, SF Playhouse ); and currently – The Boat (The Working Theater Commission), and In Tiny Houses.
She received a 2015 Helen Merrill Emerging Playwright Award, The Francesca Primus Prize, The Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play, a Sustainable Arts Foundation Award, Women in Arts & Media Collaboration Award as well as fellowships from NYFA, The Lark, Playwrights Realm, Dramatists Guild, and Sewanee Writers Conference. Her work has supported through residencies, grants, and commissions from NYSCA, The Edgerton Foundation, The Ford Foundation,SPACE at Ryder Farm, NEA, The LARK, The Mellon Foundation, The Lilly Awards, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Kennedy Center, Play Penn, The Women’s Project, Epic Theatre Ensemble, The Barrow Group, and New Dramatists.
Her plays are published by Dramatists Play Service and featured in Best Women’s Stage Monologues (Smith & Kraus) and The Kilroys: 97 Scenes & Monologues by Women & Trans Writers Volume I (TCG) Stefanie teaches playwriting at Primary Stages Einhorn School of Performing Arts, Play Penn, and The Dramatists Guild www.szadravec.com
Stefanie Zadravec joins ND alumni Andrea Thome and Julia Jordan in Keen Company's 2017 Playwrights Lab.
The American Theatre Critics Association has named Stefanie Zadravec winner of the $10,000 Francesca Primus Prize for her play The Electric Baby.
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.