Heidi Schreck

Heidi Schreck’s Grand Concourse premiered Off-Broadway in the fall of 2014 at
Playwrights Horizons, where she is currently the Tow Fellow playwright-in-residence; it
will also be seen at Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago this spring. The play was a finalist for
the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Award for the best play by a female playwright
in the U.S. and Great Britain. Most recently, the Long Wharf Theatre premiered her dark
recession-era comedy, The Consultant, directed by Kip Fagan, which was developed at
Playwrights Horizons. Her play, Creature, was produced in New York by New Georges and
Page 73 in a well-received production directed by Leigh Silverman. There Are No More
Big Secrets, also directed by Kip Fagan, premiered at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre,
and was a New York Magazine and Time Out New York’s Critic’s pick. A former Page
73 Playwriting Fellow and Sundance artist, Heidi is currently working on commissions
for South Coast Repertory Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club/Sloan Foundation,
and True Love Productions. Heidi is also a two-time Obie Award-winning actor who
has performed extensively at theaters such as The Public (Shakespeare in the Park),
Manhattan Theatre Club, Two-Headed Calf, The Foundry, Clubbed Thumb, The Women’s
Project, The Roundabout, Williamstown, Berkeley Rep and Center Theatre Group. On
television, Heidi has appeared on The Good Wife, Law & Order: SVU, and Nurse Jackie,
where she has also worked as a writer.