Marcia Cebulska. Marcia Cebulska's recent play Touched was commissioned for and premiered at the William Inge Theatre Festival. Her play Now Let Me Fly, commissioned for the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, has been performed at over 300 venues around the world. Ms. Cebulska's other plays have been produced at The Georgia Repertory Theatre, HERE Arts Center, the Phoenix Theatre, Frontera at Hyde Park, Fremont Centre Theatre, The Theatre Building, and elsewhere. Through Martha's Eyes, for which Ms. Cebulska wrote the screenplay, aired nationally on PBS in 2008 and received a Best Historical Film award at the Traildance Film Festival. Ms. Cebulska has received the Dorothy Silver Award, the Jane Chambers International Award, Kansas Arts Commission and Indiana Arts Commission Master Artist Fellowships. Her plays have been chosen for development by the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, Sundance Playwrights Lab, and Shenandoah Playwrights Retreat. She has been playwright-in-residence at The University of Georgia, Mary Anderson Center for the Arts, and The William Inge Center for the Arts. Ms. Cebulska currently is working on a stage play entitled The Bones of Butterflies and a film script entitled The Dogs of Eden. She is a member of The Dramatists Guild and Chicago Dramatists.