- Instructor , MFA Program, Stage and Screen
- College of Arts and Sciences
Brighde Mullins is the author of 12 plays that have been produced in London, New York, and San Francisco. Her plays include: "Water Stories from the Mojave Desert;" "Monkey in the Middle," "Topographical Eden," "Fire Eater," "Pathological Venus," "Meatless Friday," "Baby Hades," and "Teach." They have been produced at the Actors Centre in London; in New York at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Daedalus, LaMaMa, Mabou Mines, the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Lincoln Center Director's Lab, The Public's New Works Now, New York Stage and Film, The Women's Project and NYU. In San Francisco ,her work has been seen at The Magic and Thick Description, as well as the Bay Area Playwrights Festival, and around the country at the Humana Festival, Portland Stage and the Dallas Theatre Center. Her publications include Topographical Eden (in "International Theatre Forum";) Click in the Humana Anthology from TCG Press; a chapbook of poems "Water Stories" (forthcoming from Slapering Hol Press); and many anthologies, including "Lucky Thirteen" and "The Best American Poetry." Awards include a Whiting Foundation Award, the Jane Chambers Award, the Will Glickman Award and an NEA Fellowship. She studied at the University of Nevada (BA, English), the Yale School of Drama (MFA, Playwriting) and the Iowa Writers Workshop (MFA, Poetry). She is currently the Briggs-Copeland Lecturer in Dramatic Writing at Harvard University.