Dale Dunn is a playwright, dramaturg and teacher. Her latest play, The Big Heartless was produced by Relative Theatrics in Laramie, Wyoming last spring. It was also a semi-finalist in the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville’s Humana Festival, and a finalist in the Ashland New Play Festival. Other plays include Body Burden, (Best New Play, 2009, Albuquerque Journal), DWI, Driving While Innocent (1st place, First Stage LA One-Act Contest, 2015), Our Place (Women’s Voices), Parakeet Love (Winner, The Seven, Fusion Theater’s 10 Minute Play Contest, 2014), Sworn to Water (Theaterwork), Armed and Dangerous (Finalist, Actors’ Theater of Louisville’s 10-Minute Play Contest, 2017), Gun Play (Winner, The Seven at Fusion Theater, 2017) and The Language of Love (The Second Seven at Fusion Theater, 2018). She received her MFA from Columbia University’s School of the Arts and is a member of the Dramatists Guild.
Lynn Goodwin is a director, actor, and teacher. With playwright Dale Dunn, Lynn serves as co-Artistic Director of Just Say It Theater, teaching and collaborating with artists intent on keeping live theater alive. She directed Just Say It Theater’s 2018 production of Constellations and has directed eight collaborative, original theater pieces, each having at least 20 actors from Santa Fe schools. She is also a member of Ironweed Production’s artistic team. Actor, Santa Fe: Body Burden, Bonjour Là, Bonjour, Circle Mirror Transformation, Good People, Gun Play, I Hate Hamlet, King Lear, Luna Gale, Our Place, Sworn to Water. She has had principal and supporting roles in film, TV, off-Broadway and regionally. She earned her BA from Yale University, an MFA from Columbia University, and an advanced certificate in Screenwriting from UCLA.