Ken Urban’s plays have been produced and developed at The Summer Play Festival at The Public, The Flea, Playwrights Horizons, New York Theatre Workshop, the Huntington Theatre Company, Moving Arts, Collaboraction, Target Margin, The Theatre at Boston Court, Theatre of NOTE, Stage Left, Son of Semele Ensemble, Urban Stages, Lincoln Center Theatre Directors Lab, Soho Rep, Annex Theatre, and the Chocolate Factory. He is the recipient of the prestigious L. Arnold Weissberger Prize from the Williamstown Theatre Festival for his play Sense of an Ending. Other awards include a 2010 Emerging Writers Fellowship from the Writer’s Room of Boston, two MacDowell Colony Fellowships (2008, 2009), and the 2007-2009 Huntington Playwriting Fellowship. His plays include I (HEART) KANT, Nibbler, Halo, The Absence of Weather, The Private Lives of Eskimos, The Female Terrorist Project, and The Happy Sad. His work is published in the anthologies New York Theatre Review and Plays and Playwrights 2002 and is featured in numerous monologue and scene compilations. He recently completed a screenplay adaptation of his play The Happy Sad.