A. John Boulanger is a Texas native, playwright/director, and co-founder of Imagine That Productions. His debut play, House of Several Stories, has been recognized locally and nationally, winning the Michael Kanin National Student Playwriting Award in 2009 and the David Mark Cohen Best New Play Award in 2010. It was produced at the Kennedy Center as part of the American College Theatre Festival and published by Samuel French. Imagine That's Austin production of the play was listed on three Top Lists of 2009 by The Chronicle and The Austin-American Statesman. Mr. Boulanger's work has been developed by Troupe Texas and Imagine That (Austin), Working Man’s Clothes (NYC), and also performed as part of The Chance Theatre’s On-The-Radar Series (LA). His plays Here's to You and A Writer's Vision(s) delighted audiences at FronteraFest International Play Festival, with the latter garnering Best of Fest in 2011. Mr. Boulanger has also won directing honors from The William Inge Center for the Arts, where a piece of his work was performed in the childhood home of playwright William Inge, as part of the weeklong Inge Festival. He received a two-week observership to the Sundance Theatre Lab at the Sundance Institute (2009) and was the national winner at the Phi Rho Pi National Forensics Competition for Dramatic Duo Acting in 2000. Mr. Boulanger currently resides in Astoria, NY, working on his new plays Down the Drain and Some Days.