PLAYS IN PROGRESS INSTRUCTOR
Interests: dark comedy, non-linear drama, political drama, family comedies & dramas
WINTER MILLER is an award-winning playwright and a founding member of the collective 13Playwrights. Her play In Darfur premiered at The Public Theater for a sold-out run, followed by a standing room only performance at their 1800-seat venue in Central Park, a first for a play by a woman. In Darfur was awarded the “Two-Headed Challenge” from the Guthrie Theater and The Playwrights Center. Select Full-length plays include: Spare Rib, No One is Forgotten, Seed, Look at Us, The Arrival, Amandine, The Penetration Play and Conspicuous.
Select Fellowships and awards include: New York Foundation for the Arts Playwrights Award 2016, Sundance Playwrights Lab, Honorable Mention Relentless Award 2016, Honorable Mention (twice) Kilroys (’15, ’16), AROHO semi-finalist, Playwrights Center Core Member Alum, Civilians R&D Lab ’15-‘16, Cherry Lane Mentor Project ‘11, Hedgebrook, Blue Mountain Center, The Lark, Orchard Project. Commissioned by New Black Fest, Joe’s Pub, CenterStage America, Headlong/Public, NoPassport and Keen. Affiliated artist New Georges, The Lark. She has written for The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Boston Globe and other publications and was once an NBC Page. She holds an MFA from Columbia University, and a BA from Smith College.
Her plays and monologues are published by Samuel French, Playscripts, Smith & Kraus, Random House, Seal Press and No Passport. She is a New Georges and Lark affiliated artist.