TRISH HARNETIAUX
July 2014

Brooklyn, NY – Trish’s work has been performed and developed at Soho Rep, The Cherry Lane, Dixon Place, The 13th Street Theatre, 78th Street Theatre Lab, The Ohio Theatre, Metropolitan Playhouse, and The New Jersey Rep. Her latest full-length play, HOW TO GET INTO BUILDINGS, was written in the 2011/2012 Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab. Recently, she adapted Shirley Jackson’s novel The Bird’s Nest for the stage, it’s currently titled YOUR PRETTY LITTLE WORLD. Other plays include WELCOME TO THE WHITE ROOM, THE SIGNIFICANCE OF LOUDEN TASER, A GOPHER IN THE NINTH WARD, STRAIGHT ON TIL MORNING (Broadway Play Publishing) and IF YOU CAN GET TO BUFFALO. Short plays have been published in Post Road Magazine, The Brooklyn Review, and Smith & Kraus.
   In 2008, Harnetiaux received her MFA from Mac Wellman’s playwriting program at Brooklyn College. She has been a two-time fellow at both the MacDowell Colony and The Corporation of Yaddo. Harnetiaux has been a recipient of the Himan Brown Creative Writing Award and a finalist for the Kesselring Prize, the Heideman Award and the 2011 SLS Fiction Fellowship. In 2011, she co-created the production company Steel Drum in Space and co-wrote/co-directed the short film YOU SHOULD BE A BETTER FRIEND. Steel Drum in Space continues to make tiny movies about things like unemployed astronauts, space cars and robot cats. More information can be found at trishharnetiaux.com Her tiny movies can be found at steeldruminspace.com

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