Caity-Shea Violette is a Los Angeles-based playwright and screenwriter whose work explores the intersections of disability, sexuality, capitalism, intergenerational healing, and learning how to belong to yourself. She is a winner of the Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award, National Partners of the American Theatre Playwriting Award, The Clauder Competition Gold Prize, Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival, Gary Garrison National Ten-Minute Play Award, Susan Glaspell Playwriting Festival National Award, and second place winner of ScreenCraft’s Stage Play Competition. Her plays include Rx Machina, Reap The Grove, Slow Jam, Credible, Gaslight Supernova, Target Behavior, and others. Her work has been developed or presented at Portland Stage, Roundabout Theatre Company’s Reverb Festival, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Great Plains Theatre Conference, The New Harmony Project, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, and more. She has been a finalist for the Judith Royer Playwriting Excellence Award and Risk Theatre’s Modern Tragedy Competition, as well as a semifinalist for the Future of Playwriting Prize, Blue Ink Playwriting Award, The Lark’s Shakespeare’s Sister Fellowship, SPACE at Ryder Farm Creative Residency, and O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. Originally from the Midwest, Caity-Shea has a BFA in Acting from University of Minnesota, Duluth and an MFA in Playwriting from Boston University. www.caitysheaviolette.com
When five new hires begin onboarding at GreenStuff, a skyrocketing new green juice brand famous for its unpretentious approach and wild parties, they discover the dangerous secrets hiding within their quest for a perfect workplace culture.