Peter Macklin---Peter’s first play, Someplace Warm, won the Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Short Play Festival and was subsequently published by them, with excerpts in Smith & Kraus’ Best Women’s Monologue series. The Acting Company produced his play, A Beautiful Building, as a staged reading directed by Broadway and opera director Francesca Zambello. Peter was commissioned to write the short film, Dinner at 40, which played film festivals world wide and won awards at Film Out in San Diego and at Brooklyn Shorts. The Prairie Pride Coalition in Bloomington, Illinois recently produced his first full-length play, A Different Time, as a staged reading. Oh! California!, a one-act Peter wrote was performed at 59E59 as part of Write Club’s Do Not Disturb series. Peter was also commissioned by the Ensemble Theater of Chattanooga to write a short play, Pop, in an effort to bridge the divide between the visual and performing arts. As an actor, Peter has been seen as Behemoth in The Master and Margarita (with Arliss Howard) at Bard Summerscape, Edmund in King Lear and in The Tempest (with Olympia Dukakis) at Shakespeare & Company, Annie Get Your Gun (with Deborah Voigt) and Carmen (Anne Bogart, director) at The Glimmerglass Festival, the National Tour and Off-Broadway run of Moby Dick Rehearsed and The Tempest with The Acting Company and work at The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, New Jersey Repertory, Bristol Riverside Theater, Law & Order: SVU and more.