Emily Chadick Weiss is a four-time Ensemble Studio Theatre/Alfred P. Sloan Science and Technology Grant recipient. Her plays have been performed with The Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Araca Group, The Big Funk Company in Paris, The Lark, New Georges, Naked Angels, The 52nd St Project, Theatre Breaking Through Barriers, Three-Legged Dog, Caps Lock Theatre, and she is a winner of Young Playwrights Inc. National Playwriting Contest. A graduate of Northwestern University, Emily is a member playwright at The Ensemble Studio Theater and was a member of their playwriting group for emerging writers, Youngblood. Her play, THE FORK, was featured in the 2017 Marathon at The Ensemble Studio Theatre and was a New York Times Critic’s Pick. Her play, THE LAST PARTY, is published by Applause Theatre & Cinema Books. Her piece on Wendy Wasserstein’s The Heidi Chronicles, “Women, Where are We Going” is published in The Dramatist Magazine. Emily is a writer for the PBS Kids TV show “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.” Her screenplay, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF, and her pilot, STUNT, were both finalists at The Austin Film Festival. She wrote and created the independent sitcom, THE SHARE, TheShareSitcom.com which won the WILDsound Film Festival. Emily is an affiliated artist with New Georges, a member of Children’s Media Association, and a member of New York Women in Film and Television.