Mark St. Germain

Mark has written the plays Camping with Henry and Tom (Outer Critics Circle and Lucille Lortel Awards), Out of Gas on Lover’s Leap and Forgiving Typhoid Mary (TIME Magazine’s “Year’s Ten Best”). His plays Ears on a Beatle and The God Committee premiered at the Barrington Stage Company and then were produced Off Broadway, respectively, by Daryl Roth and Carolyn Rossi Copeland at the Lambs. Mark’s plays are published by Samuel French, Dramatic Play Service and in numerous anthologies. With Randy Courts, he has written the musicals The Gifts of the Magi, Johnny Pye and the Foolkiller, winner of an AT&T “New Plays For The Nineties Award,” Jack’s Holiday at Playwrights Horizons and Walter Wangerin Jr.’s The Book of the Dun Cow at the Prospect Theatre. Mark’s musical, Stand by Your Man, The Tammy Wynette Story was created for Nashville’s Ryman Theater and then toured nationally. Television credits include Writer and Creative Consultant for The Cosby Show. He co-wrote the screenplay for director Carroll Ballard’s recently acclaimed film, Duma. Mark is an alumnus of New Dramatists, where he was given the Joe A. Callaway Award, member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writer’s Guild East . He was awarded the “New Voices In American Theatre” award at the William Inge Theatre Festival, 2001.