Lynn Nottage (she/her) is the only person to date to have won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama two times. Her Pulitzer Prize-winning plays are Ruined and Sweat, and they are two among scores of award-winning stories written for theatre, film, and television. Her work has been produced around the world; notable productions have taken place on Broadway, at Lincoln Center Theatre, at the Public Theater, for Oregon Shakespeare Festival, for Sundance Film Festival, and for both HBO and Netflix. In addition to being honored by the Pulitzer Committee, Nottage’s recognitions include honors from the OBIE Awards, the Drama Desk Awards, the Lucille Lortel Awards, the New York Drama Critics’ Circle, the American Theatre Critics, and the Outer Critics Circle. Sheis the recipient of a MacArthur Genius Grant, the Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Award for Creativity, the Dramatists Guild Hull-Warriner Award, the inaugural Horton Foote Prize, a Helen Hayes Award, the Doris Duke Artist Award, and a Joyce Foundation Commission grant, among many other esteemed awards. She is also an Associate Professor in the Theatre Department at Columbia School of the Arts. For a more detailed biography, please visit http://www.lynnnottage.com/about.html.