ABOUT ME

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Audrey holds an MFA in dramatic writing program from Texas State University. Her work is primarily in the absurdist tradition, pushing situations and characters to the extremities of reason. Her one-hour police procedural "Dead Name" was chosen as the grand prize winner in the 2020 LGBTQ Screenwriting Competition. She is the 2018 recipient of the Judith Barlow Prize for her one-act play The Only Hills We've Ever Had. Her play Buried was part of the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival in NYC in August 2018, and her full-length play Imagine That was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and in the 2018 Austin Film Festival Playwriting Competition. 

 

Audrey is fond of pit bulls (she is fearless); her spirit animal is Brock Lesnar (she is tough); she is an avid fan of a hockey team that hasn't won the Stanley Cup since 1967 (she is optimistic and patient); and she makes a mean gingersnap (she knows how to follow instructions in a cookbook). Her plays have been produced by Shoestring Radio Theatre (San Francisco), Articulate Theatre (New York), and Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company (Houston). Audrey is proud to be a member of the Dramatists Guild.