Tiffany Antone

Waco, TX

Tiffany Antone is a playwright and instructor whose plays have been read and or performed in Los Angeles, New York, D.C., and Minneapolis. Her play Cricket Woman Mother Earth (or) A Nasty Comeuppance was a 2011 O’Neil finalist, and her plays Ana and the Closet and Twigs and Bone were both Jerome Finalists and O’Neil semi-finalists for 2009 & 2010. Her award winning play, In the Company of Jane Doe, was produced in NYC in 2012. Her play The Good Book is available through Samuel French. Tiffany was the 2012 Buckey Awards recipient for Outstanding Literary Artist, a 2008 Hawthornden Fellow, and a 2009 Sherwood Award Finalist with CTG. She holds her MFA in Playwriting from UCLA, writes for stage&screen, and is a contributing blogger for the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative. She is the co-founder of The@trics Theatre, and runs Little Black Dress INK: a producing organization for female playwrights. You can learn more about Tiffany at www.TiffanyAntone.com or www.LittleBlackDressINK.org.

Twigs and Bone

After her estranged parent’s phone line has been disconnected, Moira Lane begrudgingly returns to the home she abandoned eight years ago only to find things far worse than she could have feared. Her father, William, has taken to peeing in coffee mugs and her mother, Bonnie, claims to have had a miraculous birth. Believing the “baby” to be her youngest daughter reincarnated, Bonnie is convinced that Faeries in the woods have blessed the family with a second chance. As a terrible storm moves in, Moira must battle her family’s madness and navigate the years of guilt and grief feeding the storm if she has any hope of getting out alive.



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