Theresa Rebeck is an American playwright, television writer, director, and novelist. Born in Kenwood, Ohio, Rebeck attended the University of Notre Dame in 1980 for her undergraduate degree before pursuing three degrees from Brandeis University (an MA in English, an MFA in Playwriting, and a PhD in Victorian era melodrama). Rebeck’s works have been produced on and off Broadway, including Seminar Bad Dates, Spike Heels, and Omnium Gatherum, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Drama (2003). For television, Rebeck has written for Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and NYPD Blue, and she was the creator of the NBC musical series Smash. She also produced feature films such as Harriet the Spy and Gossip. Rebeck has also written novels, including Three Girls and Their Brother, which was dedicated to her children, Cooper and Cleo. In her personal life, Rebeck is married and lives with her family in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
More about Theresa Rebeck