From panzas to prisons, from street theater to large-scale multimedia performances, from princess to chafa, Virginia Grise is an award-winning theater artist. She is a member of The Women’s Project Playwrights’ Lab, a recipient of the Yale Drama Series Award, the Princess Grace Award in Theater Directing and the Playwrights’ Center Jerome Fellowship. Her published work includes blu, The Panza Monologues, and an edited volume of Zapatista communiqués entitled Conversations with Don Durito. She holds an MFA in Writing for Performance from the California Institute of the Arts and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Through HowlRound and the Mellon Foundation National Playwright Residency Program, Virginia Grise will be Cara Mía Theatre Co.'s playwright in-residency.