Eric Marlin (he/him/his) has been produced and developed by the Ars Nova ANT Fest, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Dixon Place, Samuel French, HOT! Festival, Play Date @ Pete's, PTP/NYC, Tennessee Williams Festival, Wildclaw Theatre, Metro Arts Initiative, Buffalo United Artists, and Left Coast Theatre. He was a winner of the Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival, shortlisted for the Berliner Festspiele Stuckemarkt, and a finalist for the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and SPACE at Ryder Farm. His play A Tragedy (in flux), or How to Mourn the Dead will be presented by Montclair's New Works Initiative in 2020. He is a co-founder of the Healthy Oyster Collective, with whom he has created three original works. He is currently under commission at CLIMB Theatre, and will be a resident at Barn Arts Collective in October 2019. He has worked as a stage manager and producer for the Bushwick Starr, New Georges, the Women’s Project, Red Bull Theatre, CTown, PTP/NYC, the Public Theater, the New Ohio Ice Factory Festival, & PRELUDE. MFA: Iowa Playwrights Workshop. B.A.: Bennington College.
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