Neena Beber’s plays include Jump/Cut, The Dew Point, Tomorrowland, and A Common Vision, all published by Samuel French; her one-act Misreadings premiered at the Humana Festival and has been produced around the world. Recipient of an Obie Grant, a Weissberger Award, a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, an A.S.K. Exchange to The Royal Court Theatre in London, a Sloan Commission from Cleveland Playhouse, and an Amblin Commission from Playwrights Horizons. Screenplays include How to Deal (New Line) and the short Bad Dates (Touchstone); television credits include numerous pilots, episodes of “Daria”, HBO's “Happily Ever After”, and adapting “Little Bear” with Maurice Sendak for Nickelodeon. BA Harvard University; MFA NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she was a Paulette Goddard Fellow and recipient of a Distinguished Alumni Award. She is a grateful alumna of New Dramatists and has taught at Columbia University, NYU, and Padua Playwrights Festival. She grew up in Miami, Florida.