Inda Craig-Galvánis a Chicagoan living in Los Angeles. Where it's warm.
Inda's plays have been developed, presented, and produced at: the Geffen Playhouse, Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, Oregon Shakespeare Festival Black Swan Lab, Playwrights' Arena, The Old Globe Powers New Voices Festival, Kitchen Dog Theatre New Works Festival, Chalk Repertory Theatre, Skylight Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, MPAACT, Trustus Theatre Playwrights Festival, and Lorraine Hansberry Theatre.
Honors: The Kilroys List, Steppenwolf's The Mix, The Kennedy Center Rosa Parks Playwriting Award, Blue Ink Playwriting Award, Urbanworld Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize for Best Screenplay, Jane Chambers Student Award for Feminist Playwriting, Black & Latino Playwrights Conference Winner, WomenWorks Playwriting Winner, Humanitas Prize Play LA, and Princess Grace Award in Playwriting (runner-up).
TV: How to Get Away with Murder (ABC) and The Rookie (ABC).
MFA in Dramatic Writing, University of Southern California.