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Trista Baldwin is pleased to be writing with Thirst again.

Trista lives in
Minneapolis, from New York and Seattle, by way of generous Jerome
Fellowships and a McKnight Advancement Grant. Recent work includes
Mesujika Doe (Morishta Studio, Japan) with Tokyo artist Shirotama
Hitsujiya, and American Sexy (The Guthrie). Trista is a Core Member of
The Playwrights’ Center and one of the founders of Workhaus Collective.
She teaches screen and playwriting at St. Cloud State University. Her plays
Sand, Patty Red Pants, and others are available from Playscripts.

Patrick Coyle just completed writing and directing work on his second
feature film, Into Temptation, starring Kristin Chenoweth, Jeremy Sisto,
and Brian Baumgartner. His first feature film, Detective Fiction,
premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival, with several awards on the
festival circuit. He was awarded the IFP McKnight Screenwriting
Fellowship in 2005. His newest screenplay begins shooting in 2010. He
recently appeared as Lou Grant in The Mary Tyler Moore Show at Torch
Theatre. Coyle lives in Minneapolis with his wife and daughters.

Matt Dawson writes for Go2 Media, is a founding member of No Refunds


Theatre Co. and works freelance in production and technical theater in
only the finest of Twin Cities establishments. He fights crime in his spare
time.

Matthew A. Everett has another short play right now across town at the
Bryant Lake Bowl, Fridays in February, as part of Masterworks: The
Rembrandt Plays. He is a three-time recipient of support from the
Minnesota State Arts Board, and a Drama-Logue Award for Outstanding
Writing for the Theater. More information on Matthew and his writing can
be found at matthewaeverett.com. Scripts can be purchased at
stores.lulu.com/matthewaeverett

Kim Hines first set foot on the professional stage as a child member of the
Children's Theatre Company. She has performed at Mixed Blood Theater,
Illusion Theater, Penumbra Theater and the Guthrie Theatre. Kim's
written work has been staged in the Twin Cities and throughout the U.S.
Kim has directed for Theater Mu, Park Square, Theater in the Round, The
Great American History Theater, Illusion Theater, Augsburg College, and
other universities around the country. In 1997 she received the Bush
Fellowship for playwriting. She has had an active role in the development
of many local theater projects.
Cory Hinkle’s plays have been produced or developed at the Guthrie,
Actor’s Theatre of Louisville, ART, Williamstown Theater Festival, the
SPF Summer Play Festival, Illusion Theater, Rattlestick, Salvage
Vanguard, Workhaus Collective, P73 Productions, Hangar Theater, and
Red Eye Collective, with commissioned works for the Guthrie and Actor’s
Theater of Louisville. He is a Core Member of and received two Jerome
fellowships through the Playwrights’ Center, and he is a member
playwright of the Workhaus Collective. Cory earned his MFA in
Playwriting from Brown University.

A displaced Texan living in Minneapolis, Allison Moore is a Core


Member of The Playwrights' Center. Her plays include Hazard County,
Eighteen, Urgent Fury, The Strange Misadventures of Patty,
CowTown, and American Klepto; have been developed or read at the
O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Williamstown Theatre Festival, InterAct
Theatre, and Manhattan Theatre Club; and have been produced at the
Cherry Lane Alternative, Kitchen Dog Theatre, Actor's Express, Actors
Theatre of Louisville, and The Playwrights' Center, among others. She has
received three fellowships and a McKnight Grant. She graduated from
SMU and received her MFA from the Iowa Playwrights Workshop.
Tom Poole’s three new plays are, in order of ascending freshness: The
Amorous Education of Nicholas Haycock, The Body, and Safe As Houses.
His work has been produced at Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Magic Theatre
(San Francisco), The Children’s Theatre Company, Park Square Theatre,
and lots of other places. Honors include fellowships from the Jerome,
McKnight, and Divine Foundations, an Emmy award, and more. More
biographical information is available any time he has a drink.

Matt Sciple, a City Pages Artist of the Year for 2007, has directed,
performed in or written more than 100 plays for theaters across Minnesota,
including Park Square Theatre, Minnesota Opera, Gremlin Theater
(directing Orson's Shadow, the 2008 Ivey Award Winner for Best
Ensemble) and Thirst Theater (Carpe du Jour).

A critically acclaimed actor, playwright, Joseph Scrimshaw is the creative


director of Joking Envelope, LLC—a comedy production company. His
work has been described as “intelligent and accessible” by Twin Cities
Daily Planet and “hilarious with a whiff of danger” by Seattle Post-
Intelligencer. He’s written new work for The History Theater, The MN
Historical Society and more as well as multiple top ten shows at the
Minnesota Fringe Festival. His plays have been performed in Chicago,
New York, Seattle, Dallas, Indianapolis, the UK, Bulgaria, and countless
bars and bowling alleys across the entire expanse of South Minneapolis.
Craig Wright’s works have been produced at Actors Theater of
Louisville, Northlight Theatre, Woolly Mammoth theatre, Playwrights
Horizons, Folger Theatre, Great American History Theatre, Steppenwolf,
Arden Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, and Rattlestick Playwrights
Theatre. He received an Emmy nomination for his Six Feet
Under episode Twilight and produced and wrote for Lost and Brothers &
Sisters. He has played in the bands The Tropicals and Kangaroo. A United
Theological Seminary graduate, Craig lives in Los Angeles.