Ngozi Anyanwu (Playwright) Education: University of California, San Diego (MFA in Acting), Point Park University (BA). Acting: The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, The City Theatre, Barrington Stage, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, and The Mark Taper Forum. Television credits include “Limitless,” “Deadbeat,” “The Affair,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “The Mysteries of Laura,” and “The Deuce.” Good Grief, Victory Is Ours, The Homecoming Queen, and Nike or We Don’t Need Another Hero. Film credits include Split and Women Who Kill. Good Grief (kilroys list 2016, semi-finalist Princess Grace, Humanitas Award) was produced at Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles in Spring 2017 which Anyanwu also starred in. NIKE (kilroys list 2017) was recently workshopped at The New Black Fest in conjunction with The Lark and The Strand Festival in conjunction with A.C.T and Space on Ryder Farm. The Homecoming Queen(kilroys list 2017, Leah Ryan Finalist) had its world premiere at The Atlantic theater which also had a sold-out run. Anyanwu has also received residencies from LCT3, Space on Ryder Farm, and the Djeras-si Resident Artists Program, The New Harmony Project, New York Stage and Film and Page 73. Anyanwu has developed a pilot with Juvee Productions and Abc Signature. She is also commis-sioned with NYU, The Old Globe, The Atlantic Theatre and Two Rivers Theatre. Currently mounting a new production at Atlantic written by and starring herself and Daniel J Watts, The Last of the Love Letters.
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