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Arlene Hutton (playwriting) is the author of The Nibroc Trilogy, which includes Last Train to Nibroc (Drama League nomination for Best Play), See Rock City (In the Spirit of America MacLean Foundation Award), and Gulf View Drive (LA Weekly Theatre Award nomination and Ovation Award nomination). Her plays have been produced in London, New York, Los Angeles, and across the U.S. and are published by Dramatists Play Service, Samuel French and She is a winner of the Macy's New Play Prize, three-time winner of the Samuel French Short Play Festival and a seven-time finalist for the Heideman Ten-Minute Play award. Hutton was named the Tennessee Williams Playwriting Fellow at Sewanee in both 2005/2006 and 2007/2008. A member of the Dramatists Guild and an alumna of New Dramatists,’ she has held residencies at the Australian National Playwrights' Conference, MacDowell Colony, New Harmony Project, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Yaddo, and has taught playwriting and improvisational theatre at schools and conferences around the country. She has been a featured artist at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference in Valdez, Alaska, on the faculty of the Sewanee Writers' Conference and was the keynote speaker at the first Kentucky Playwrights Conference. Her recently published work includes Running, Happy Worst Day Ever and Letters to Sala.

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