Emily Breeze is a lesbian writer based in Manhattan; her plays focus on queerness, sisterhood, and mental illness.  Her plays include MOTHER SAYS SHE'S SHOCKED HER CHILDREN ARE UPSET (Part 5), HEDY, FALLOUT, and TITLE NINE, a one-act ALL MY DEAD UNCLES, and a collection of short plays produced for Fast & Furious and 7x7 at The Tank. Her ensemble piece YOU OWE ME YOUR BONES was set to be performed as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2020, through a commission from CalArts. She has assisted on shows at Hampstead Theatre, The National Theatre, The Public and more. She has developed work with The Bechdel Group, Baggage Productions, The 24 Hour Plays, The Tank, UTSC. Awards include the 2020/21 Guilford Performing Arts Festival Artist Award for her play THE HOMEWRECKER (co-written with Marialena DiFabbio), and the 2021 Rising Artist Award for her play HALLMARK. She is a current member of The Greenhouse Ensemble Writer's Group, a Dairy Hollow writer-in-residence, a former Long Wharf Theatre Artistic Resident and former Hot Bread Writer-in-Residence. BA Vassar College.