is a playwright and journalist whose play Going to See the Kid recently had its world premiere at Merrimack Rep. Death of the Author received its world premiere at L.A.’s Geffen Playhouse (published by Dramatists Play Service); Variety called it,“Hands down, one of the best plays of the year.” Other world premieres include The Prince of Atlantis, (South Coast Rep, published in American Theatre magazine), The Innocents, (Asolo Rep), The Bullet Round (Arena Stage, Portland Ore.), In This Corner (The Old Globe, winner of San Diego Critics’ Circle “Best New Play” award), Another Fine Mess (Portland Center Stage, Pulitzer Prize Nomination for Drama), Going Native (Long Wharf Theatre), Flattery Will Get You (Connecticut Rep), and Collateral Damage (Illusion Theater, Minneapolis). Drukman’s work has been developed by the Mark Taper Forum, Manhattan Theatre Club, Intiman Theatre, Sundance Theatre Lab, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Playwrights Horizons, New York Theatre Workshop, South Coast Rep, and many others. He wrote for The New York Times for many years, as well as The Nation, The Village Voice, International Herald Tribune, and American Theatre magazine, where he was Senior Editor. He reviewed theatre for Artforum and on radio for WNYC-FM. He received his Ph.D. from NYU, where he is an Associate Professor.