Nina Louise Morrison is a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow, Huntington Playwriting Fellow alumnus, and winner of the Boston Project at SpeakEasy Stage Company. Her most recent play The Vault is a ecogothic thriller about the Global Seed Vault originally developed in the Greenhouse Playlab, a collaboration between Flat Earth Theatre Company and the Boston Museum of Science.
Other plays, including Forever Home, Born Naked, and Google Doll, have been developed by the Huntington Theatre Company, Project: Project, Fresh Ink Theatre Company, Company One, SpeakEasy Stage Company, Flat Earth Theatre Company, Boston Playwrights Theatre, Rhombus, and many others. She is a Richard Rodgers Fellow, a Shubert Foundation grantee, and a semi-finalist for the National Playwrights Conference.
She earned her MFA at Columbia University, and also trained at the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, the New Actors Workshop, and Oberlin College.
She teaches playwriting, screenwriting, and Intro to Theatre at University of New Hampshire, and has also taught playwriting at Grub Street and Northeastern University. www.ninalouisemorrison.com
M.F.A., Dramatic/Theatre Arts, Columbia University