Quincy Long is a playwright and librettist. His plays include: The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite, the Atlantic Theatre Company, directed by William H. Macy and starring Felicity Huffman. The play was also produced by the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and was optioned by Mel Gibson's Icon Films. Other plays include People Be Heard, Playwrights Horizons; The Lively Lad, New York Stage and Film and The Actors Theatre of Louisville; The Virgin Molly, The Atlantic Theatre Company and Berkeley Rep. Joy, People Be Heard, and The Lively Lad were all published by Dramatists Play Service. The Huntsmen, winner of a Sundance Time Warner Storyteller's Award, was workshopped at the Portland Center Stage's Just Add Water Festival and produced recently by Portland Playhouse. Quincy also wrote the libretto for Buried Alive, music composed by Jeff Myers. The opera premiered in 2014 at Fargo-Moorhead Opera and will be performed at Forth Worth Opera in March. Quincy is currently working on Vagabond and Plum Island, new plays, and Ximena, a full-length opera. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama and a member of New Dramatists and Ensemble Studio Theater. Originally from Warren, Ohio, he lives and works in New York City.