Simon Henriques is a playwright, actor, and comedian. His plays include Love Song for General Tso, A play about Amy Adams, The Tomato and the Onion, and Aldermania. With his friend Skylar Fox, he created the theatre company Foxy Henriques, whose co-written plays include The Retardedly Boring Misadventures of Apathy Boy (2015 O'Neill Finalist), The Frito-Lay Project, and Thank You Sorry. His writing has been produced at Ars Nova, The Flea, The Brick, the Source Festival, the Writing Is Live Festival, and Production Workshop. He studied playwriting with Marcus Gardley and Erik Ehn at Brown University, where he was awarded the Thomas Carpenter Elocution Prize for being "an exceptional and multitalented writer with a singular voice."