JOAN KUFRIN Playwright Joan Kufrin is also a freelance journalist who has contributed to Chicago magazine, Chicago Tribune Magazine, New York magazine, New York News, The Saturday Evening Post, the Christian Science Monitor, and the Miami Herald). She is also the author of two books: Uncommon Women (Interviews/profiles with artists Gwendolyn Brooks, Maria Tallchief, Julie Harris, Sarah Caldwell, Mary McCarthy, Roberta Peters, Alice Neel, Eugenia Zukerman and Mary Lou Williams) and Leo Star-Reacher, the biography of adman Leo Burnett. Her play Dinner at 1800 Hours was a recipient of a 2007 State of Florida Individual Fellowship ($5,000) in playwriting and an Oxford International Institute for Documentary and Drama in Conflict Resolution (OxDocs) 2008 prize.
Dinner at 1800 Hours, Drama, 3W/3M
Here Lie the Demons, Drama, 4M/2 W with doubling
The Messenger, Comedy, 3W/2M (this play is available from Dramatic Publishing, www.dramaticpublishing.com)