ANTOINETTE MULLINS (Development and Literary Director) is a NYC-based playwright, screenwriter, dramaturg, and Development and Literary Director at Urban Stages Theatre in Manhattan. A graduate of VASSAR COLLEGE (BA in Psychology and Film, 2007) and TISCH ASIA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (MA in Dramatic Writing. Singapore, 2010), her written work for film and stage has been recognized by The Princess Grace Awards (semi-finalist 2011), The Austin Film Festival (Finalist, 2013), The Nicholl Fellowship (Semi-Finalist, 2007 & 2012), Bronx Council of the Arts (BRIO Artist, 2015), Sundance Creative Producing Lab and Fellowship (Round 2, 2016) as well as others. Her work has been published and Brave Girl, a short-film she co-wrote, was awarded Official Selection in South by Southwest and Best short Film in Palm Springs International Shortfest (2013). Her educational plays, The Story of Dr. Mae C. Jemison, and 3 Myths & My Annoying Sister, currently tour libraries within NYC.