Sherry Kramer. Sherry Kramer's work has been seen at theaters across the country and abroad, including the Humana Festival at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, Yale Repertory Theatre, Soho Rep, Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York's Second Stage, Woolly Mammoth, and The Theater of the First Amendment. She is a recipient of NEA, New York Foundation for the Arts and McKnight Fellowships, the Weissberger Playwriting Award, and a New York Drama League Award (What A Man Weighs), the LA Women in Theater New Play Award (The Wall of Water), and the Jane Chambers Playwriting Award (David's Redhaired Death), and a commission from A.S.K. (The Mad Master). Other plays include: Things That Break, About Spontaneous Combustion, Napoleon's China (music theatre piece with Ann Haskell and Rebecca Newton), The Master and Margarita (music theatre adaptation with composer Margaret Pine), The Release of a Live Performance, Partial Objects, The World at Absolute Zero, Hold For Three, Before and After, Nano and Nicki in Boca Raton, The Long Arms of Jupiter, The Ruling Passion, The End of Radio, The Law Makes Evening Fall, and The Bay of Fundy... An Adaptation of One Line of the Mayor of Casterbridge. When Something Wonderful Ends was produced in 2007 at the Humana Festival as a co-production with Philadelphia's Interact Theatre, as well as at the Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, and will be produced in 2008 in Japanese as the first American play presented by the Tokyo International Arts Festival, at Actors Express in Atlanta, and in a co-production of Red Then and The Rude Mechanicals in Austin, TX. She was the first national member of New Dramatists, and teaches playwriting at Bennington College, and in the MFA programs of the Iowa Playwrights Workshop and the Michener Center for Writers, University of Texas, Austin.