is an award-winning playwright whose work has been frequently produced in her native Boston and beyond. Her dark reproductive comedy, The Embryos, had a successful run with Fresh Ink Theatre Company. Other recent projects include co-writing Love Hurts and Ourmageddon, which both won awards at the Boston 48 Hour Film Project; A Blessing and a Curse: A Duet of Plays on Motherhood presented by Spiced Wine Productions; and Mary, a short film based on her stageplay, screened at film festivals in Connecticut and New Hampshire. Her play Matter Familias received an IRNE nomination for Best New Play of 2004; other honors include the 1999 John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award for MOCKBA: A Play About Moscow and selection as a ten-minute play finalist in the 2002 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival for Shooting Sparks. Her plays have been produced locally by Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Another Country Productions, Centastage, Queer Soup, Playwrights’ Platform, and the Boston Theater Marathon, and have been featured nationally in Untitled Theater’s 24/7 Festival, Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Theater Festival, Pan Theater Ten Minute Play Festival, Women’s Theatre Project’s Naked Women Fully Clothed, and the Last Frontier Theatre Conference Play Lab. Two of her short plays also appeared at the Warehouse Theatre and Canal Café Theatre in London. Ginger holds a master’s degree in playwriting from Boston University and teaches at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Emerson College. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild, StageSource, and Rhombus playwrights’ group.