Caitlin Saylor Stephens
CAITLIN SAYLOR STEPHENS (Playwright) is a Brooklyn-based playwright, performer, and filmmaker. Her plays include: Company Happy Hour (Princess Grace Award Finalist, Creative Capital Award Finalist, The Lark, New Georges), Woke Boy (2018 Lark Playground), Black Escalade (Sundance Theater Lab Finalist, The Lark, New Georges Jam, Neukom Literary Arts Award Short List), Joley (BAPF Finalist, Goody Fellowship), The Unofficial Race Time of A. Pineda (P73 Finalist, NYTW, Jerome Fellowship Finalist, BAPF Finalist, Ingram Finalist), The Front (The Boris Segal/Drama League Fellowship at Williamstown Theater Festival Finalist), From the Basement of My Heart (New Georges Jam), Two Men Missing in The Hudson River (New Georges Audrey Residency, Kilroy’s List Honorable Mention, Berkeley Rep Ground Floor Finalist), and When We Went Electronic (Kilroy’s List Honorable Mention, The Flea, The Tank, The Lark, New Georges, The Amoralists). Among her awards are fellowships, scholarships, grants, and residencies from Headlands Center for the Arts, Ucross, The Whiting Foundation, The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, The Romulus Linney Scholarship at Sewanee Writers Conference, The Goody Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Tofte Lake Emerging Artists Program, The Jerome Foundation, Vermont Studio Center, New Georges Audrey Residency, SPACE on Ryder Farm, and The Orchard Project. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Sarah Lawrence College and is a New Georges Affiliated Artist and member of The Jam and The Lark’s 2018 Playground. Her short films are currently under commission with Borscht Film Festival in Miami. Follow Caitlin on social @caitlinsaylor and @discounttherapyclub.