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Tiffany Antone

HERE AND NOW PROJECT: AUGUST

Four short plays set in Ohio, Hawaii, Arizona, and Florida, about events happening in those places at the time the plays were written.

HERE AND NOW PROJECT: JULY

Four short plays set in Ohio, Hawaii, Arizona, and Florida, about events happening in those places at the time the plays were written.

HERE AND NOW PROJECT: JUNE

Four short plays set in Ohio, Hawaii, Arizona, and Florida, about events happening in those places at the time the plays were written.

IN THE COMPANY OF JANE DOE

Jane Doe wants to get ahead at work, but strange occurrences (like missing reports and snowshoes in her briefcase) keep getting in the way - so when the eccentric Dr. Snafu offers to clone Jane Doe, she jumps at the chance... forgetting to mention her multiple plastic surgeries and landing herself in even deeper trouble.

PLANTING THE SEED

Winning collection of 10-minute plays and short monologues on the theme: Planting the Seed

PLANTING THE SEED

Winning collection of 10-minute plays and short monologues on the theme: Planting the Seed

Tiffany’s plays have been read and/or performed in Los Angeles, New York, D.C., and Minneapolis.  Her newest play, Cricket Woman Mother Earth (or) A Nasty Comeuppance, was a 2011 O’Neil finalist.  Her plays Ana and the Closet and Twigs and Bone were both Jerome Finalists and O'Neil semi-finalists for 2009 & 2010.  Her play The Good Book is available through Samuel French.  Tiffany’s play In the Company of Jane Doe has won numerous awards and received its first NY production last spring with CAKE Productions. Tiffany was a 2008 Hawthornden Fellow and a 2009 Sherwood Award Finalist with CTG, and was recently awarded the 2012 Bucky Award for Outstanding Literary Artist.

Tiffany holds her MFA in Playwriting from UCLA, and currently lives/teaches in Texas where she writes for stage and screen.  She is a member of The Dramatists Guild and The Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative (for whom she is also a contributing blogger).   She is the co-founder of The@trics Theatre and runs Little Black Dress INK, a female playwright producing organization.