Amelia Roper is currently writing for Berkeley Repertory, Yale Repertory, Marin Theatre Company, and Colt Coeur in New York City. New plays and productions include Everything Is Nice for Soho Rep.'s 2013-2014 Writer/Director Lab, Limelight + Rose for The Rose, Omaha and Prelude NYC 2014, She Rode Horses Like The Stock Exchange for Crowded Fire Theatre, San Francisco (2014), and Lottie in the Late Afternoon, developed by The Playwrights Realm in New York City. Her work has been developed at the Old Vic in London, the Moscow Playwright and Director Center in Russia, in translation, Berkeley Repertory's Ground Floor, and The MacDowell Colony. Publications include Camberwell House by Dramatists Play Service, produced nine times in Australia, New York, Boston and London; and Big Sky Town, produced in Australia in 2008 and 2009. Roper originally trained as a designer and worked with Australian and European theatre companies and contemporary arts festivals. She is the 2014 recipient of the National Theatre Conference's Paul Green Award and has an M.F.A. in playwriting from the Yale School of Drama.