CHARLIE SCHULMAN (Playwright) Charlie received the 2010 Fred Walton Fellow from The Arena Stage for his play The Great Man. He wrote the book for musical The Fartiste (Outstanding Musical – FringeNYC) Off-Broadway credits include: Angel of Death, The Ground Zero Club and The Birthday Present. He is the recipient of The Charles MacArthur Award for Comedy from The National Playwrights Conference and is a three-time winner of The Avery Hopwood Award from The University of Michigan. Charlie writes for film and television. He recently completed the screenplay for Character Assassins. He teaches Playwriting at New York University and is on the faculty of Spalding University's brief residency MFA program in Louisville, KY. Charlie's plays are published by The Dramatist's Play Service and in several anthologies. His chapter on Playwriting is published in "The Portable MFA In Creative Writing (Writers Digest.) Charlie is a member of The New York Writers Workshop, The Dramatists Guild, The Writers Guild of America and the UAW. Special thanks to Charles Salzberg, Gloria Schulman and Juliet Bellow.

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