Anne Garci?a-Romero’s plays include LORCA IN NEW YORK, STAGING THE DAFFY DAME, MARY DOMINGO, PROVENANCE, PALOMA, EARTHQUAKE CHICA, MARY PEABODY IN CUBA, DESERT LONGING, JUANITA’S STATUE and SANTA CONCEPCIO?N. Her plays have been developed and produced most notably at New York Shakespeare Festival/Public Theater, Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Goodman Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Denver Center Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Hartford Stage, Borderlands Theater, Los Angeles Theatre Center, Repertorio Español, Kitchen Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Orchard Project, New Harmony Project, Arkansas New Play Festival and Launch Pad at UCSB. Her short musical Paella Star, music by Daniel Padilla, was developed and presented at Chicago Dramatists. Her musical theatre song, Málaga, music by Danny Ursetti, was developed in the William Finn Master Class and presented at New York Theatre Barn. She has also written for Peninsula Films, Elysian Films and Disney Creative Entertainment. She’s been a Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights Center of Minneapolis as well as a MacDowell Colony fellow. She has received commissions from the Denver Center Theatre Company, Mark Taper Forum, the NYSF/Public Theater, and South Coast Repertory. She is the U.S. translator of Jordi Galcerán’s The Grönholm Method, Cancun, Burundanga and Conversations with Mama. She’s an Associate Professor in the Department of Film, Television and Theatre at the University of Notre Dame. Her plays are published by Broadway Play Publishing, Dramatic Publishing, NoPassport Press, Playscripts and Smith & Kraus. She holds an MFA in Playwriting from the Yale School of Drama. She is a founding member of the Latinx Theatre Commons and The Fornés Institute. She is an alumna of New Dramatists, Chicago Dramatists and the Goodman Theatre Playwrights Unit.