Winter Miller was raised by activist feminist parents in small-town Massachusetts before attending Quaker school. A founding member of the Obie-winning collective 13P, she is best known for In Darfur, which premiered in a sold-out run at The Public Theatre, followed by an SRO performance at their 1800-seat Delacorte, a first for a play by a woman. She traveled with columnist Nicholas Kristof to Sudan's border. Plays include: Spare Rib, No One Is Forgotten, The Penetration Play, Look At Us, Arrival, Conspicuous, the musical Amandine, and a collection of short plays. Her work is published by Samuel French, Playscripts, and found in anthologies. Select fellowships include: Sundance Institute, Cherry Lane Mentor Project, Civilians, Hedgebrook, Playwrights Center, and more. She has written several dozen articles for The New York Times. She piloted the mentorship program at "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee". BA, Smith College; MFA, Columbia University. 2016 NYFA award. New Georges Affiliate. Bells and whistles at www.wintermiller.com.
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