DARIA POLATIN is a playwright, TV writer/producer and author.
DARIA POLATIN is a writer/producer on the Amazon TV series “Jack Ryan,” starring John Krasinski, and her new play
will be presented by Primary Stages in New York City.
Daria’s plays include
That First Fall
A Fair Affair
The Luxor Express
, inspired by her father’s life growing up in Egypt. Work produced at The Kennedy Center, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Naked Angels, Golden Thread, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Cape Cod Theater Project, in London and Hong Kong. Daria directed her play
Laura & Sebastian (and Jordan & Bliss)
in Los Angeles, and directed a new play written by and starring “Game of Thrones”’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Daria wrote and directed the short film “Till It Gets Weird,” and wrote for the Hulu drama “Shut Eye.”
Daria is an alumna of Center Theatre Group’s Writers Workshop, EST’s Youngblood, and a resident playwright at The Echo Theater. She completed a residency with London’s Royal Court Theatre; BFA Boston University, MFA in Playwriting Columbia University. She is a founding member of
, the advocacy group for gender parity on the American stage.
Awards: Kennedy Center/ACTF Best One-Act Play, Middle East America Playwriting Prize Honorable Mention, Wasserstein Prize Nominee. Plays published by
Dramatists Play Service
Dramatic Publishing Company
Daria’s debut novel
Devil in Ohio
will be published 11/7 by Macmillan/Feiwell and Friends.
Pre-order it here
© 2017 Daria Polatin.