Fiona Gorry-Hines

FIONA GORRY-HINES is a New York-based playwright and theatre artist. She was raised in the suburbs of Lexington, MA with five siblings and caught the theatre bug when she started acting as a child and realized she could actually attention for it. She received her BA from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study where she concentrated in “Construction and Analysis of the Play” and is currently pursuing her MFA in playwriting at Columbia University.

Praise for Fiona’s work includes “I was surprised how much I liked it!” and “You made me cry…again!” Her full length plays include Of The Sea, workshopped at Dixon Place and produced by AC Productions at Access Theater, and Our House, developed and produced by Gallatin Theatre Troupe. Her short plays have been seen at Emerging Artists Theater, The Midtown International Theater Festival, and The 24 Hour Plays: Nationals.

When she isn’t writing, you can find her playing with her cats, forcing people to look at pictures of her cats, or thinking about how much she misses her cats when she isn’t with them. Fiona is extremely friendly so please reach out if you’d like to read any of her plays, challenge her to a game of Bananagrams (good luck), or ask her to choreograph an elaborate dance routine for an animated film (this is honestly her dream gig). Website / Instagram.