Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros's playOmnium Gatherum, co-written with Theresa Rebeck was a 2004 Pulitzer Prize Finalist (Humana Festival, Off-Broadway). Alexandra is the author of the new play Mean Time, which has been developed by Juilliard, NYU and the Vineyard Theatre. For her work on her controversial play, The Argument (Vineyard Theatre) she was invited to join PEN. A revised version of The Argument is enjoying rave reviews as part of Theatre J’s season in Washington D.C. Three of her full length plays were commissioned and premiered at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago: Mother of Invention, My Thing of Love (Broadway) and Supple in Combat. She has authored the following short plays: I Never Told Anyone, The Airport Play and Open Arms.In radio, Alexandra's two short plays are featured in a new series of radio plays for Public Radio/Playing for Air: Two Jews in their Seventies, with Jerry Stiller and Bob Dishy and Open Armswith Julie White and Bill Irwin.For television, Ms. Vassilaros developed a half hour comedy for HBO with writer Carl Capotorto, and Executive Producers, Will Scheffer and Mark Olsen ("Big Love"), and is currently developing an original one-hour dramatic series with writer Carl Capotorto for LOGO/VIACOM. Gene Pressman/Christine Vachon/ KILLER/MOXIE films are producing.Alexandra is a graduate of the NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and a member of The Actors Studio.