Stephanie Mohr is a playwright, screenwriter, and filmmaker completing her MFA in Writing for Screen + Stage at Northwestern University. Her ten-minute playThe One-Year Hump recently received a reading at Chicago Dramatists, where Stephanie is a network playwright. Other plays including Incest: A Love Story, Corruption, and Welcome to the Neighborhood have received readings and workshops in Chicago, New York, and Victoria, BC, Canada.
As a filmmaker Stephanie received the Film Student of the Year award from University of the Pacific (2011), where she holds a BA in Film Studies. Her short films include Fran & Gert (Winner for Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Editing at the University of the Pacific Film Festival 2010), Elevator Style (Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Director 2011), and Hungry For Salami (Northwestern MFA Film Festival 2013)
She currently has an original TV pilot in development, along with her new play Pregnancy Wireless. She was born in Washington DC, raised in Victoria BC, and now lives in Chicago.