Julie Marie Myatt’s play, Someday, about reproductive rights in Los Angeles, was commissioned by Cornerstone Theatre Company and recently premiered this June as part of their 3-year Justice Cycle. Her play Welcome Home, Jenny Sutter premiered at Oregon Shakespeare Festival in February, and toured to the Kennedy Center this July. Her play Boats On A River, commissioned by the Guthrie Theater, premiered in May 2007, and was a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Her play My Wandering Boy premiered at South Coast Rep, and was featured in the 2007 Summer Play Festival in NYC. Her ten-minute play, Mr. and Mrs. premiered at the 2007 Humana Festival. Her play The Sex Habits of American Women was produced by the Guthrie Theater, Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA, among others, and premiered at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. Her play The Happy Ones is published by Samuel French. She is currently working on commissions for the Guthrie Theatre, Denver Center Theatre Company, ACT Seattle, and South Coast Rep. She received a Walt Disney Studios Screenwriting Fellowship, a Jerome Fellowship at the Playwrights’ Center, and a McKnight Advancement Grant. She is a member of New Dramatists.