Meg Miroshnikis an L.A.-based, Minneapolis-bred playwright who writes heightened language. Her plays include The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls (Yale Repertory Theatre; Alliance Theatre), The Tall Girls (Alliance Theatre; Oâ€™Neill National Playwrights Conference; La Jolla Playhouse DNA New Work Series), The Droll (Pacific Playwrights Festival; Undermain Theatre), Lady Tattoo (Pacific Playwrights Festival), and Utopia, Minnesota (Williamstown Theatre Festival Sagal Fellowship / Drama League Residency). Her work has also been developed at Cleveland Play House, Center Theatre Group, McCarter Theatre Center, the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center Directors Lab, The Lark, Olney Theatre Center, Chicago Opera Theater, Washington Ensemble Theatre, and others. Awards: Whiting Award, Susan Smith Blackburn Prize finalist, and the Alliance/Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Award. Publications: Samuel French. She holds an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama, where she studied under Paula Vogel. Miroshnik is currently a Core Writer at the Playwrights' Center and co-founder of The Kilroys.