DAN DIETZ (Playwright) lives in Austin, TX. His plays include Dirigible, Blind Horses, Tilt Angel, and tempOdyssey, and have been seen in NY, LA, Seattle, Wilmington, Austin, and elsewhere. Dietz has been honored with a James A. Michener Fellowship, a Josephine Bay Paul Fellowship, and the Austin Critics Table Award for Best New Play. He is a two-time finalist for the Princess Grace Award and a nominee for the George Oppenheimer New Play Award. His short plays Trash Anthem and A Bone Close to My Brain were produced at the Humana Festival of New American Plays. Trash Anthem received the Heideman Award from the Actors Theatre of Louisville. Dietz has developed his work at Annex Theatre (Seattle, WA), Horizon Theatre (Atlanta, GA), The Playwrights' Center (Minneapolis, MN), Salvage Vanguard Theater (Austin, TX), and the Millay Colony for the Arts. His work has been published by Heinemann, Smith & Kraus, and Stage & Screen. He received his BA in Theater from Kennesaw State and his MA in Playwriting from the University of Texas at Austin. Dietz is a Resident Company Member of Salvage Vanguard Theater and the Artistic Director of Austin Script Works.

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