Stephen Gregg's plays have been produced in all fifty states, a dozen or so countries and been translated into Spanish, Russian, German and Dutch.
Theatres that have performed his work include Actor's Theatre of Louisville, the Manhattan Punch Line, the Powerhouse Theatre at Vassar,
the Griffin Theatre in Chicago, and the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theatre in Los Angeles.
He's been the recipient of a Jerome Fellowship from the Playwright's Center in Minneapolis, Actor's Theatre of Louisville's Heideman
award (for A Private Moment) and the International Thespian Festival's Founder's Award, for service to youth and theatre.
As a screenwriter, he's worked for Dreamworks, Amblin Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Sony Pictures and Henson productions.
He's been the recipient of a Chesterfield Film Fellowship.
He was the founding dramaturge of Thespian Playworks, a high school play development program.
He writes the Playwright Now blog for the Educational Theatre Association: www.schooltheatre.org
Find him on Twitter @playwrightnow
He's a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Writer's Guild, West and the Twenty6Writer's Lab in Los Angeles.
He lives in Venice, California with his husband, Todd.