Steven Haworth



Steven Haworth is an award-winning playwright living in New York. His plays have been performed in New York; Los Angeles; Ashland, OR; Chicago; Pittshburgh; and New Zealand. They include Little Fishes produced off-Broadway at Abingdon Theatre, [home] ... or The Quest For The Lost Tablet Of Ur at Zoo District, his free adaptation of Flight for Open Fist, and Fernando which opened the 2017 Ice Factory Festival in New York, among many others.

Steven has seen his plays developed by A.S.K. Theatreworks, Echo Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, E.S.T. Los Angeles, Abingdon Theatre, Circle Rep, Circle West, The Ohio Theatre, The New Ohio Theatre, the Carnegie Mellon Showcase of New Plays, and The Lark. 

Steven was also a founding member and Associate Artistic Director of the Project 3 Ensemble Theatre in residence at the Ohio Theatre, Soho, NYC, where he directed The Grand Ceremonial, by Fernando Arabal, wrote Dark Age, and performed in many productions including Flood, by Gunter Grass; Angel City, by Sam Shepard; and The Cuchulain Cycle by W.B. Yeats.  As an actor he has performed in numerous productions in New York, Los Angeles and regional theatre.  Steven is a recipient of the Carnegie Mellon WCDAC Michael Goldberg award. 

MFA in playwriting from Carnegie Mellon University.