Anton Dudley’s Off-Broadway credits include Substitution (Playwrights Realm/Soho Playhouse featuring Jan Maxwell), Getting Home (Secondstage Theatre directed by David Schweizer), and Slag Heap (Cherry Lane Theatre featuring Vincent Kartheiser). Other productions include A Dram of Drummhicit [co-written with Arthur Kopit](LaJolla Playhouse directed by Christopher Ashley), Cold Hard Cash (Williamstown Theatre Festival), Honor and the River (Walnut Street Theatre; Luna Stage; SPF featuring Jan Maxwell; New York Stage & Film directed by Ken Rus Schmoll), Davy & Stu (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Letters to the End of the World (At Hand Theatre Company/Theatre Row), Pleaching the Coffin Sisters (EST; New Works/New Haven; Momentum Productions in Dallas), The Lake’s End (Adirondack Theatre Festival), BOB (NYS&F directed by Leigh Silverman), January 1, 2000 (Lincoln Center Theatre/HERE), Antarctica (Cleveland Public Theatre), and Circumvention (Keen Company/Theatre Row). His work has been developed by Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, The Hangar Theatre, The Eugene O’Neill Musical Theatre Conference, City Theatre in Pittsburgh, The Lark Play Development Center, Partial Comfort Productions, and MCC Theater, where he is a member of the Playwrights’ Coalition. Anton’s plays are published by Playscripts Inc., Heinemann Press, Backstage Books, and Vintage. The award-winning film version of Davy & Stu appears on Strand Releasing’s Boys Life 6; directed by Soman Chainani, it played at over 60 film festivals on 5 continents. Letters to the End of the World was named a Finalist for 2012 Lambda Literary Award in LGBT Drama.