Catherine Trieschmann


Catherine Trieschmann’s plays include “The Bridegroom of Blowing Rock”, “Crooked”, “How the World Began”, “Hot Georgia Sunday”, “The Most Deserving”, “Holy Laughter”, “OZ 2.5”, and “One House Over”.

Her work has been produced Off-Broadway at the Women’s Project, the Bush Theatre (London), Out of Joint at the Arcola Theatre (London), South Coast Repertory, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, the Denver Center for Performing Arts, Geva Theater Center, the New Theatre (Sydney), Florida Stage, the Summer Play Festival, Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, American Theatre Company, and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, among others. She has received commissions from South Coast Repertory, Manhattan Theatre Club, Milwaukee Repertory Theater and the Denver Theatre Center.

She is the recipient of the Weissberger Award, the Otis Guernsey New Voices Playwriting Award from the Inge Theatre Festival, and a twice awardee of the Edgerton New Play Award.

She wrote the screenplay for the film Angel’s Crest, which premiered at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival and was released by Magnolia Pictures.

Originally from Athens, Georgia, she now lives in a small town in western Kansas.

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