MATTIE BRICKMAN
October 2010

NY, NY – As a playwright, Mattie’s productions include STARBOX, American Catnip, The Imaginary Audience, If Found Please Return to Charles Darwin, The Redundant Colon (also performed), Civil War, Bill Clinton Goes to the Bathroom (or It Might As Well Be Spring) (also directed), and Max Out Loud, a children’s musical adapted from books by Maira Kalman.  Mattie is a 2010-2011 Writing Fellow at The Playwrights Realm and an associate artist of art.party.theater.company.  She has been the playwright-in-residence at New York Stage & Film and at The O’Neill at Yale in Provincetown, MA.  Her work has also been developed at The Lark.  She is currently working on a commission from Vassar College and the upcoming show for art.party.  As a journalist, Mattie wrote for Money magazine, The Santa Barbara Independent, and The Montecito Journal.   Mattie holds an M.F.A. in Playwriting from The Yale School of Drama (Eugene O’Neill Scholarship) and a B.A. from Princeton University\’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.  She trained in ballet and modern dance and was Artistic Director of Expressions Dance Company at Princeton.  Mattie is from Santa Barbara, CA.

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