Dominic Orlando is a co-creator of Fissures (lost & found) which will be presented at The 2010 Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville. Mr. Orlando is a two-time Jerome and McKnight Fellow through The Playwrights Center where he is currently a Core Writer and founding producer of the Center's company-in-residence, The Workhaus Collective. In 2009 he worked on commissions from Actors Theatre of Louisville, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Teatro Del Pueblo, The Red Eye Collaboration, and Nautilus Music-Theater, and his Danny Casolaro Died for You was featured in The National New Play Network's Showcase of New American Plays. Other works have been developed and produced at the Guthrie Theater (commission), New York Theatre Workshop, Here Arts Center, The Samuel Beckett on Theatre Row (Off-Broadway), the Lincoln Center/American Living Room (multi-year), the Ontological at St. Mark's Church, the Aurora Theatre, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival (multi-year), Crowded Fire Theatre, Kitchen Dog (multi-year),Teatro Del Pueblo (commission, multi-year), The Jungle Theater (multi-year), Stage Left Theater, the Red Eye, BVT Children's Theater (commission, multi-year), the New York International Fringe Festival (multi-year), the Edinburgh Fringe, the Prague International Fringe, the Pasinger/ Fabrik in Munich, and the Tokyo International Arts Festival. In NYC his work was supported by the New York State Council on the Arts (multi-year), the Alliance of Resident Theatres (multi-year), the NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs and The Puffin Foundation (among others). He has been a writer-in-residence at the MacDowell Colony (four-time Fellow), Yaddo, the Edward Albee Foundation (multi-year), Ucross, the Djerassi Resident Artists Program, the William Inge Center for the Arts, and the Atlantic Center for the Arts (a residency with Paula Vogel). His writing is published by San Francisco Magazine, Playscripts, Inc., and Dramatics magazine.