Zachariah Ezer is a playwright whose work animates theoretical quandaries through theatrical forms. His plays include The Freedom Industry (Playwrights Horizons' New Works Lab, Playwrights' Center, New York Stage & Film), Address the Body! (The University of Texas at Austin's UTNT Festival, Kitchen Dog Theater's New Works Festival, Echo Theater Company's National Young Playwrights in Residence), and Legitime (Fault Line Theatre's Irons in the Fire), among others. His work has been published by Concord Theatricals/Samuel French, Smith & Kraus, American Blues Theater, and New World Theatre. He is an alumnus of The University of Texas' James A. Michener Fellowship, the Playwrights' Center's Core Apprenticeship, Hi-ARTS' Critical Breaks Residency, Echo Theater Company's National Young Playwright in Residence, Town Stages' Sokoloff Arts Creative Fellowship, BUFU's EYEDREAM Residency, and Wesleyan University's Olin Fellowship. He is the winner of Kumu Kahua Theatre's Hawai'i Prize and is currently under commission from Theater J. MFA: The University of Texas at Austin. BA: Wesleyan University.
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