Steven Dietz

Steven Dietz's 30 plus plays and adaptations have been seen at over 100 regional theatres in the United States, as well as Off-Broadway. International productions have been seen in over 20 countries and his work has been translated into 10 languages.

2015-2016 world premiers include <cite>Bloomsday</cite> (Steinberg New Play Award Citation); <cite>This Random World</cite> (Humana Festival of New American Plays) and <cite>On Clover Road</cite>(National New Play Network (NNPN) "rolling world premiere"). Other recent work includes <cite>Rancho Mirage</cite> (Edgerton New Play Award), <cite>The Shimmering</cite> and<cite> America la Ronde</cite>.

Dietz is a two-time winner of the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award for <cite>Fiction</cite> and <cite>Still Life with Iris</cite>, as well as a two-time finalist for the Steinberg New Play Award for <cite>Last of the Boys</cite> and <cite>Becky's New Car</cite>. He received the PEN USA West Award in Drama for <cite>Lonely Planet </cite>and the 2007 Edgar Award© for Drama for <cite>Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure</cite>. Other widely produced plays include <cite>Yankee Tavern</cite>, <cite>Jackie & Me</cite>, <cite>Shooting Star</cite>, <cite>Inventing Van Gogh</cite>, <cite>God's Country</cite>, <cite>Private Eyes</cite> and <cite>The Nina Variations</cite>.

Dietz is a Dramatists Guild "Traveling Master," offering playwriting workshops and master classes around the country.