Drue Robinson (a.k.a. Drue Robinson Hagan), graduated with an MFA from Columbia University's School of the Arts in New York City, where she was awarded a Shubert Foundation Presidential Grant. In 1989, Ms. Robinson graduated magna cum laude from Western Washington University's School of the Arts and Fairhaven College, and in 1993 she founded an award-winning intergenerational theatre company in Bellingham, Washington. She has written, directed, and produced over 20 original plays and musicals, including Once Upon The End: A Y2K Fairytale Crisis Musical, which won the People's Choice Award at the Seattle Fringe Festival 2000. She has been awarded the Bellingham Mayor's Arts Award, and a $10,000 Whatcom Foundation Grant. Her latest play, Aristophanes' Lysistrata: A Woman's Translation, was read around the world by more than 420 of 1008 participating theatre and private groups in conjunction with the Lysistrata Project on March 3, 2003 -- including groups in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dublin, Tokyo, London, Sydney, Scotland, and Zambia. Ms. Robinson is currently working on two screenplays and a handful of intergenerational plays. She is a Mensa Scholar in creative writing, and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.