JOHN S. GREEN
John Green's play, THE LIQUID MOON, was first produced at Chicago Dramatists where it won Chicago’s Jeff Award and After Dark Award for best new play. It subsequently produced at the Barter Theatre, nominated for the Pulitzer and published in the anthology, “New Plays from Chicago.” His musical, LET IT PLAY, was first produced at Chicago's Body Politic Theatre and then moved to the 78th Street Playhouse in Manhattan. The short and full-length versions of his play, TWILIGHT SERENADE, were both published by the Dramatic Publishing Company and optioned for film by Top Tog Films in L.A. John's play, HIDING, was a finalist in the national Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival One-Act Play Contest. MENTOR was performed at Manhattan’s Cherry Lane Theatre as part of the Fresh Fruit Festival and nominated for Best Writing. He is a resident-alum with Chicago Dramatists. As an actor, John won the Joseph Jefferson Award (OF MICE AND MEN) and was nominated two other times. He was recently nominated Best Actor Denver for “The Last Romance” at Arvada Center. He has appeared in film, television and on stages across the United States and Europe.