MATHILDE DRATWA is a Dramatist Guild Foundation Playwriting Fellow, a member of the Orchard Project's Greenhouse and of the Dorset Theater Festival’s Women Artists Writing Group, and a two-time Pulitzer Center grant recipient. Her plays include Milk and Gall (Theatre503 International Playwriting Award Finalist, Jane Chambers Award Finalist, O'Neill National Playwrights Conference Semi-Finalist) and A Play about David Mamet Writing a Play about Harvey Weinstein (Ground Floor @ Berkeley Rep). Her work has been developed and presented by LAByrinth Theater Company (intensive & Barn Series), the Great Plains Theater Conference and the Playwrights' Center, among others. As a filmmaker, Mathilde wrote and directed the narrative short films PETA PAN (starring Independent Spirit Award Nominee Nisreen Faour) and ESCAPE FROM GARDEN GROVE (Sundance Channel Contest Finalist), and co-created the web series ALMOST ANONYMOUS (best original concept, NYC WebFest). A seasoned educator, Mathilde is a Master Teaching Artist for the New Victory and Roundabout Theatre Company. She is the co-founder of Moms-in-Film, which, among other things, provided free childcare to filmmaker-parents at SXSW and Sundance, and is a former member of New York Foundation for the Arts’ Immigrant Artist Program and a former co-leader of the FilmShop collective. She is a graduate of Cambridge University and Drama Centre London.
Mathilde is repped by Ally Shuster and Chris Till at CAA.