David Grimm is a New York based playwright and screenwriter. His plays include Steve & Idi (produced at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, developed at Sundance Theatre Lab); Chick (commissioned and produced by Hartford Stage); Measure for Pleasure (The Public Theater/NYSF; GLAAD Media Award nomination; Bug ‘n Bub Award; developed at the Sundance Theatre Lab and the Old Vic New Voices series); The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue (commissioned and produced by Hartford Stage); Kit Marlowe (The Public Theater/NYSF; New York Post “10 Best Plays of 2000;” GLAAD Media Award nomination); Sheridan, or Schooled in Scandal (La Jolla Playhouse); The Savages of Hartford (Hartford Stage’s Brand:NEW Festival; commissioned by The Public Theater/NYSF); Edgar (Julie Harris Playwright Award; Northern Michigan University; Panowski Award); Enough Rope (Williamstown Theatre Festival, starring Elaine Stritch); A Christmas Golem (Minnesota Public Radio), and others. Mr. Grimm holds an M.F.A. from New York University, a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College, and is a lecturer in playwriting at the Yale School of Drama and Columbia University. He is the recipient of an N.E.A./T.C.G. Residency Grant and a member of New Dramatists, the Writer’s Guild, the Dramatists Guild, and the P.E.N. American Center. His plays are published by Dramatists Play Service.