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Matthew Paul Olmos Biography

 
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Matthew Paul Olmos is a three-time Sundance Institute Fellowship/Residency recipient (2014 Lab, 2013 UCROSS, 2015 Baryshnikov Arts Center Resident, 2009 Time Warner Storytelling Fellow), New Dramatists Resident Playwright, the 2012 Princess Grace Awardee in Playwriting and was recently named by Sam ... (read complete bio)
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Matthew Paul Olmos is a three-time Sundance Institute Fellowship/Residency recipient (2014 Lab, 2013 UCROSS, 2015 Baryshnikov Arts Center Resident, 2009 Time Warner Storytelling Fellow), New Dramatists Resident Playwright, the 2012 Princess Grace Awardee in Playwriting and was recently named by Sam ... (read complete bio)

Matthew Paul Olmos is a three-time Sundance Institute Fellowship/Residency recipient (2014 Lab, 2013 UCROSS, 2015 Baryshnikov Arts Center Resident, 2009 Time Warner Storytelling Fellow), New Dramatists Resident Playwright, the 2012 Princess Grace Awardee in Playwriting and was recently named by Sam Shepard as the inaugural recipient of the La MaMa e.t.c.'s Ellen Stewart Emerging Playwright Award. A 2013-14 Dramatists Guild Fellow, a 2012-13 New York Theatre Workshop fellow; Primary Stages Writer's Group, Ensemble Studio Theater lifetime member. Two-time Resident Artist at Mabou Mines/Suite (mentored by Ruth Maleczech); awarded the “Top Prize of the Americas” by the BBC 2011 International Playwriting Competition for his play "The Nature of Captivity"; published by Samuel French. Awarded the Sundance Institute Time Warner Storytelling Fellowship for his play "i put the fear of mexico in’em"; published by Samuel French; it was also on the syllabus at a Rutger’s University undergraduate course; also published by NoPassport press. Currently working on a new work about American nationalism; a piece based on the behavior of cancer cells; and the third play in his 3-play cycle "so go the ghosts of méxico," which focuses on the U.S./México drug wars. www.matthewpaulolmos.com