Bio

Stefanie is a playwright living in Brooklyn, NY. 

Stefanie ZadravecStefanie  is a current resident playwright at New Dramatists and the 2014 writer-in-residence at The Women's Project Theater in New York.  

Her play, THE ELECTRIC BABY, received the 2013 Francesca Primus Prize and a 2013 NYFA Fellowship for her play, THE ELECTRIC BABY.

Other plays include: THE BOAT, COLONY COLLAPSE, HONEY BROWN EYES, SAVE ME and THE NOCTURNAL CRY OF A GREAT POTOO. 

Her work has been produced/developed at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Womens Project Theater, The Working Theater, Play Penn, Theater J, The Lark Play Development Center, Two River Theater Company, New Dramatists, The Kennedy Center, San Francisco Playhouse, The Barrow Group, Epic Theatre Ensemble, and The Playwrights Realm.

Commissions: The Women's Project Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Epic Theatre Ensemble and The Working Theater. 

Honors: Francesca Primus Prize, Helen Hayes Award, NYFA Fellowship,The Lark Playwright Fellowship, a NYSCA Artists Grant, Sustainable Arts Foundation Award, Dramatists Guild Fellowship, Playwrights Realm Fellowship, Sewanee Writers Conference Fellowship, WAMCo Collaboration Award, Carol Weinberg Award.

Collaborative work includes We Play For the Gods (The Women's Project), The Fear Project (The Barrow Group) and The Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre167, Queens Theatre in the Park)  Her short plays have been produced in numerous festivals around the country, and are published in two PlaySource anthologies.  Her full-length plays are published by Dramatists Play Service and featured in Best Women's Stage Monologues (Smith and Kraus).

An alumnus of the Women's Project Lab Stefanie graduated from Connecticut College. She teaches playwriting at SUNY Purchase and Primary Stages' ESPA school. Stefanie lives in Brooklyn with her husband and sons.