T. James Belich is the author of more than two dozen plays, including The Princess and the Moon: A Fairytale which took 2nd place in the 2009 East Valley Children's Theatre's Aspiring Playwrights contest. His works have been performed across the United States and around the world. Mr. Belich has been heavily influenced by the works of C. S. Lewis, and his favorite playwrights include Pirandello and Chekhov. Mr. Belich is also a longtime actor whose roles include Malvolio in Twelfth Night and Father Flynn in Doubt, a Parable. He has also produced his own work, including his one-man physics show Schrodinger's Cat Must Die! at the Minnesota Fringe Festival. In addition to his career as a playwright, Mr. Belich has a background in the sciences, having studied physics at both Bethel University and the University of Minnesota. He also loves to travel, and his favorite destinations include Great Britain, Costa Rica, and China. He currently resides in Florida with his wife Kelly and son Jasper.