Matthew Freeman's plays have been seen on stages throughout New York City: at the Access Theater, The Brick Theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; HERE Arts Center; The Metropolitan Playhouse, Fourth Street Theater and at the Incubator Arts Project at St. Mark’s Church. His work has been published by Samuel French, Smith & Kraus, the New York Theatre Experience and Playscripts, Inc. His plays include When Is A Clock, The Most Wonderful Love, Glee Club, The Great Escape, The Death of King Arthur, The Americans, Confess Your Bubble and Brandywine Distillery Fire. As a freelance writer, Freeman’s articles and reviews have been found in various magazines and websites, including Maxim, Complex, and Premiere. He has also served as the Assistant Producer/Senior Writer for the official webcast for New Year’s Eve live from Times Square from 2009-2011. He was the script writer for the New York Innovative Theater Awards in 2009 and 2010. Additionally, he has hosted the “New Books in Theater” podcast, and has hosted various “Playwrights in Conversation” nytheatrecasts on nytheatre.com. Freeman is a graduate of Emerson College, where he studied with Kristin Linklater, Paula Langton and David Valdes-Greenwood. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and a proud resident of New Dramatists.