Victor Bumbalo is an award-winning playwright whose plays have been produced worldwide and translated into five languages. He is the recipient of an Ingram Merrill Award for playwriting. His play NIAGARA FALLS followed its Off-Broadway run with subsequent openings in over fifty cities throughout the United States, England, and Australia. ADAM AND THE EXPERTS opened to critical success Off-Broadway and had numerous productions in the United States and Canada. WHAT ARE TUESDAYS LIKE? was produced throughout the United States and in Germany, Japan, England, Sweden, and Costa Rica. QUESTA premiered in Los Angeles and had productions in Chicago and New York. TELL appears in the anthology, Gay and Lesbian Plays Today, published by Heinemann Educational Books, Inc., and SHOW is included in The Best American Short Plays, published by Applause Theatre Book Publishers. Bumbalo moved to Los Angeles in 1995. Since then, he has written for several popular television series: NYPD Blue, American Gothic, Relativity, and HBO’s Spawn. He also wrote several movies of the week. He was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award both for QUESTA and NIAGARA FALLS. TWO BOYS, his short film, won the Jury Award for Best Drama at the Beverly Hills Shorts Festival, and he won Best Director at the ITN Film Festival. Bumbalo is the founder and president of the Chesley/Bumbalo Foundation, which honors LGBTQ playwrights.