Patrick Gabridge is the author of numerous produced plays, including Lab Rats, Blood on the Snow, Fire on Earth, Constant State of Panic, Pieces of Whitey, Reading the Mind of God, Blinders, and Hearing Voices. He is the author of three novels: Steering to Freedom, Moving (a life in boxes), and Tornado Siren. Mr. Gabridge is a recipient of the following awards: playwriting fellowships from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Colorado Arts Innovation Award, a Playwriting Fellowship from the Colorado Council on the Arts, first place in the 2017 InspiraTO Festival, the Vittum Awards, Actors Theatre of Newburyport New Works Festival) the Festival of Emerging American Theatre (Phoenix Theatre), the New American Theatre Festival, the UMBC In10 Competition, SlamBoston, and the Market House Theatre One-Act Play Award. His radio plays have been broadcast on NPR and other stations across the U.S. He co-founded the Chameleon Stage Theatre Company in Denver, the Rhombus playwrights' group in Boston, the online Playwright Marketing Binge, as well as the publication, Market InSight... for Playwrights. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and helps run the New England Play Alliance. Mr. Gabridge lives in Boston with his wife and two kids. In his spare time he likes to farm and fix up old houses.