Les Hunter is an Assistant Professor of English at Baldwin Wallace University, Literary Director of Theatre 167, past Curator of New Plays at LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, and co-founder of the Brooklyn Playwrights Collective. He wrote for all three parts of the collaborative Jackson Heights Trilogy (Theatre 167, published: Indie Theatre Now). Other projects include his plays Biggest Break (Artistic New Directions), Lion of the East (Bates College), Cyrano de Bergen County, New Jersey (published: Playscripts), and To the Orchard (Foundation for Jewish Culture New Play Grant); an American adaptation with Ozen Yula of his play, For Rent (LPAC,); a screenplay, Lion (Dubai Film Connection); and a musical, ’99, developed at Millikan University with Ben Morss of the band Cake. Les’ writing about theater has appeared in American Theatre Magazine, offoffonline.com, The Dramatist, and The Eugene O’Neill Review. In 2014 he was a resident at the Ora Lerman Foundation Soaring Gardens Artist’s Retreat and a participant in the Mellon School of Theatre and Performance Research at Harvard University. MA: Brooklyn College, MFA: Boston University, PhD: Stony Brook University. Website: http://www.leslielarshunter.com.