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Julie Tosh

Julie Tosh

Julie Tosh’s plays and screenplays include Skirt (Mary Marlin Fisher Playwriting Award, Second Place David Mark Cohen Playwriting Award, Finalist for Trustus Theatre Playwrights’ Festival), Refuge (adapted from the young adult novel by Jacqueline Kolosov), and Program Rose (finalist for the Alfred P. Sloan Screenwriting Award). Her plays Beauty of the Century, The Pharaoh's Revenge, and The Angry Eagle Feather are published by Samuel French. She has been a two-time recipient of a Shubert Foundation Fellowship, a Virginia Center for Creative Arts Fellow, a Walter E. Dakin Playwriting Fellow at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference, an ANA Alliance Scholar, and a Core Apprentice for The Playwrights’ Center. Currently a Djerassi Resident Artist through the San Francisco Film Society, her work has been produced or developed at Dramatists Guild Los Angeles Friday Night Footlights, KCACTF, Bricolage Theatre Company, Theatre Inspirato, and Carnegie Mellon University. It has aired on WQED in Pittsburgh and National Public Radio. MFA: Carnegie Mellon University, MEd: University of Pittsburgh.


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