Michael Vukadinovich is a playwright and screenwriter. He is the recipient of the Reverie Productions Next Generation Playwriting Award, the Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Playwriting Contest, the Gloria Peter Playwright Award for Historical Plays, the Wichita University Playwriting Contest, and the Samuel Goldwyn Screenwriting Award. His work has been produced off-Broadway and across the country, and internationally in Edinburgh, at the Serbian National Theatre, and the Colombian National Theatre. His plays include: Billboard; Trog and Clay (an imagined history of the electric chair); Gilbert, or Death by Obituary; A Giant Arc in the Skyspace of Directions (or the Story of Miracles); Terrarium, and The Magician and the Memory. He completed his M.F.A. in Playwriting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.