Ross Mueller is an Australian playwright. He is the 2009 winner of the New York New Dramatists Playwright exchange for his play Concussion. In March 2009 Concussion was premiered at Sydney Theatre Company. In April 2009 his play Hard Core was shortlisted for the Patrick White Award and was premiered by Perth Theatre Company.
He is the winner of the Wal Cherry Play of the Year in 2006 for The Glory. In 2008 he was twice nominated for Best Play in the Green Room Awards for two separate works and in March 2007 his play The Ghost Writer was premiered at Melbourne Theatre Company.
In May 2007 No Man’s Island had its US premiere with a production at Here in New York City. Construction of The Human Heart was short-listed for the 2007 AWGIE Award for Best New Play and nominated for five Green Room Awards. In 2002 he was the Australian playwright at the International Residency of the Royal Court Theatre in London.
Ross has been shortlisted for the Patrick White Award on three separate occasions. He has been commissioned by Melbourne Theatre Company, Playbox, Canberra Youth Theatre, Hothouse and ABC Radio National. He has been an affiliate of the Melbourne Theatre Company and a founding member of Melbourne Dramatists. His plays are published by Currency Press, Full Dress Publications and Playlab.
Read Ross' State of Play, TIME TO SEIZE THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION: ACTIVISM IN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY AUSTRALIAN THEATRE here
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