Eugenie Carabatsos writes character driven scripts for the stage, screen, and ear. Her work plays with structure, memory, and is oftentimes about how companionship allows for resilience in unstable worlds. Her plays have been published by Concord Theatricals, Heuer Publishing, Brooklyn Publishers, Original Works Publishing, and Stage Partners. Her work has been produced or developed by places such as Trustus Theatre, Landing Theatre, Great Plains Theatre Conference, Red Theatre, Midtown Direct Rep, and iDiOM Theatre. She is the winner of KCACTF’s Harold and Mimi Steinberg Award, one of the Landing Theatre’s New American Voices Playwright 2021, Seven Devils Finalist, O’Neill Semi-Finalist, and Winner of the BroadwayWorld Award for Best Play in South Carolina 2013. Her work has also been featured in a number of festivals and community theaters throughout the country.
Her writing for the screen has won grants through the Sloan Foundation, won the Cinequest Short Screenplay Contest and New York Screenplay Contest. She is a Finalist for the Humanitas Student Comedy Writing Contest, BlueCat Feature Semifinalist, Screencraft Semifinalist, and Quarter-Finalist for PAGE and Final Draft Big Break.
She graduated with her BA from Wesleyan University in 2010, and her MFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. When she’s not writing, she teaches at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.