Rachel Bublitz is an award-winning and internationally produced playwright known for telling stories about women and creating exciting new work for young performers. She is currently the resident playwright of the Egyptian YouTheatre in Park City, Utah. Her plays include: Ripped (produced by Z Space and Good Company Theatre), The Night Witches (commissioned and produced by Egyptian YouTheatre), Presenting: Super Cat & Reptile Robot in the Tremendous Tickle Trouble (commissioned and produced by Plan-B Theatre Company), and The Summer I Howled (commissioned and developed with Egyptian YouTheatre). Awards include: Will Glickman Award for Best Bay Area Premiere (Ripped), Shubert Fendrich Memorial Playwriting Contest (Cheerleaders VS. Aliens), and PlayGround’s June Anne Baker Prize (Reading Babar in 2070). In addition to her work with Stage Partners, she’s published with Dramatic Publishing (The Night Witches), Playscripts (Ghost House and Operation Chicken Takeover), Pioneer Drama Service (Cheerleaders VS. Aliens), YouthPLAYS (The Elves, and No Talking Allowed!), and others. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and has an MFA from San Francisco State University. When she isn’t writing, she’s watching her kids dominate at water polo.