Arthur M. Jolly was recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with a Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting, and is the playwright of more than sixty produced plays, including A Gulag Mouse (Finalist Woodward/Newman Drama Award, Winner Off-Broadway Playwrights Competition, Joining Sword and Pen Competition), Past Curfew (AOPW Fellowship winner, Joining Sword and Pen Competition), Trash (Semi-Finalist Eugene O’Neill Conference), A Very Modern Marriage (Semi-Finalist Eugene O’Neill Conference) and two collections of short plays Guilty Moments and Thin Lines. His plays published by YouthPLAYS include Long Joan Silver, What the Well Dressed Girl is Wearing, Snakes in a Lunchbox, Bully Issues, How Blue is My Crocodile, Moby (No Last Name Given), Bath Time is Fun Time and The Christmas Princess. Jolly travels extensively, and is always happy to talk to classes and drama clubs about writing. He is repped by Brant Rose Agency. Upcoming productions at www.arthurjolly.com.