Winter Miller’s plays include: THE ARRIVAL(developed Sundance Institute and Voice and Vision’s Envision), PATERNITY (Cherry Lane Mentor Project 2010, mentored and directed by Craig Lucas), and the musical AMANDINE (Joe’s Pub, New York Theatre Workshop Monday @ 3, Electric Pear, Theatreworks USA).

IN DARFUR premiered at The Public Theater, followed by a standing room only performance at their 1800-seat venue in Central Park, a first for a play by a woman. The play won the 2006 “Two-Headed Challenge” commission from The Guthrie Theater and The Playwrights Center. She traveled with her boss, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, to the Chad/Sudan border to research the play on the ground.

Ms. Miller was awarded fellowships from the Sundance Institute at Ucross, Hedgebrook and Voice and Vision. Theaters where her plays have been produced and developed include: The Public, The Guthrie, Sundance, The New Group, 13Playwrights, The Donmar Warehouse, Theater J, Rattlestick, Keen Company, The Cherry Lane, TimeLine, Playwrights Center Playlabs, Tricycle, New Georges, Geva, Horizon, Mosaic, Theatre Askew, Hourglass, Synapse and the 52nd Street Project. Her plays have been performed in London, Uganda, Canada and regionally and are published by Playscripts, Inc. THE PENETRATION PLAY (produced by 13 Playwrights) is excerpted in Smith & Kraus’ Best Stage Scenes 2005 and Best Monologues 2005.