MARY MILLER is an award-winning playwright, best known for her play Ferris Wheel, she is recognized by Random House as one of America’s “finest playwrights."
Mary has won more than a dozen national playwriting awards including: the New England Theatre Conference (NETC) John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award for the Best Play of the Year with In the Kitchen: Thoughts on Love, Sex, and Aging, the Dayton FutureFest for both I Witness and Waiting for Oprah, as well as a finalist at the National Repertory Theatre Foundation for A Matter of Grace and the Actors Theatre of Louisville Humana Festival for Ferris Wheel.
In addition to the publication of Ferris Wheel in the anthology Take Ten: New 10-Minute Plays by Random House, "Mia's Monologue" from Waiting for Oprah was also published in the Audition Monologues for Young Women: Contemporary Audition Pieces for Aspiring Actresses collected by Gerald Lee Ratliff. Her plays are also available on Amazon.
Mary continues to write and her work is produced around the world.