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Meet Linda Felton Steinbaum

Linda Felton Steinbaum

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Plays By Linda Felton Steinbaum

Fat ChanceFuel House
Grand FinaleMustang Sally
Shifting Gears

Linda Felton Steinbaum, award winning playwright and screenwriter, has a master's degree from U.S.C. and is member of the Writer's Guild of America (West), The Dramatists Guild, Playwright's Center, International Centre of Women Playwrights, and ALAP. After selling an original screenplay to Disney Studios, Linda has concentrated on playwriting. Her one-act play, SHIFTING GEARS was chosen to be performed at the 2004 "NoHoFestival of the Arts." Also that year, it was produced with two other one-acts by the Group Repertory Theatre and nominated for an ADA award for best original one-acts. SHIFTING GEARS was produced in 2006 by The Cedar Lane Stage in Bethesda, Maryland. In 2005, NEW AND IMPROVED, a wacky comedy had a staged reading and limited engagement at The Group Repertory Theatre. FAT CHANCE, a drama, was first produced in July of 2005 by J.E.T. Productions-West at the NoHo Actors Studio. FAT CHANCE was presented again in May of 2006 by The Sierra Madre Playhouse and extended. Her drama MUSTANG SALLY headlined for six weeks starting in October 2007 at The Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks and is published by Samuel French, Inc. In November of 2008, Linda received the All Original Playwright Workshop Fellowship Award for her latest drama, FUEL HOUSE, and had a fully produced staged reading in December. Most recently, SHIFTING GEARS was announced a winner of the Astor Street Opry Theatre Company's 1-Act festival and will be produced in (Astoria, Oregon) February 2010. Linda is married to Bruce and they have two children, Carly and Glenn, and the true Lab of her life, Biscuit.