Julie Marie Myatt
Julie Marie Myatt has had plays produced in New York, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and Louisville. Zealot and The Joy of Having a Body were commissioned by the Guthrie Theater, premiered at Guthrie Lab, and are published by Playscripts, Inc. The Magic Theatre in San Francisco will premiere her new play, The Sex Habits of American Women, in October 2003. Her other published plays include Lift and Bang in 30 Ten-Minute Plays by 2 Actors from Actors Theatre of Louisville (Smith & Kraus), What he sent in The Best American Short Plays 2000-2001 (Applause Books), and Cowbird in the new anthology Breaking Ground (Stage and Screen Books). Ms. Myatt received a Walt Disney Studios Screenwriting Fellowship in 1992-1993, a Jerome Fellowship at the Playwrights' Center in 1999-2000, a McKnight Advancement Grant for 2001-2002, and is a participant in the Guthrie Theater New Play Project, funded by the Bush Foundation. Her other plays include August is a thin girl, The Pink Factor, Alice in the Badlands, and 49 Days to the Sun.