Callie Kimball (Playwright, Rush) earned her MFA at Hunter College, under Tina Howe; her thesis play, "Dreams of the Penny Gods," was chosen for Playwrights' Week at the Lark Play Development Center, and will be produced in Chicago at Halcyon Theatre next March. She has received several workshops and Roundtables at the Lark, including this year's NYSF residency at Vassar. Her plays have been produced or developed at Washington Shakespeare Company, Project Y Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Brick Theater, Emerging Artists Theatre, Mad Horse Theatre, Core Artist Ensemble, Absolute Theatre, Lunar Energy Productions, Electric Pear Productions, and several Fringe festivals. She has received a MacDowell Fellowship, a Ludwig Vogelstein grant, a Playwrights’ Center Core Apprenticeship, and the Rita & Burton Goldberg Playwriting Award. She currently teaches playwriting at the Maine College of Art.