Taylor Gruenloh

Taylor Gruenloh

Taylor Gruenloh is an MFA graduate of the Playwright's Lab at Hollins University in Virginia, the Artistic Director at Tesseract Theatre Company in St. Louis, Missouri, and adjunct faculty at St. Louis Community College. Has won regionally for the LEAGUE OF INNOVATIONS literary competition for his one-act play Loves' Fine Wit. which was produced at the Terry M. Fischer theatre in St. Louis and the...
Taylor Gruenloh is an MFA graduate of the Playwright's Lab at Hollins University in Virginia, the Artistic Director at Tesseract Theatre Company in St. Louis, Missouri, and adjunct faculty at St. Louis Community College. Has won regionally for the LEAGUE OF INNOVATIONS literary competition for his one-act play Loves' Fine Wit. which was produced at the Terry M. Fischer theatre in St. Louis and the Higher Education Theatre Counsel's one-act play festival in 2009. Involved with Mill Mountain Theatre's OVERNIGHT SENSATIONS festival in Roanoke, Virginia, which his ten minute play Ain't Nobody's Bargain was produced. His full length play My Alexandria was produced for St Lou Fringe, St. Louis' fringe festival, in June 2012, New Orleans' NO FRINGE in November of 2012, and the Asheville Fringe Arts Festival in North Carolina in January 2014. His one-act play Control was produced at First Run Theatre's Spectrum Series October 2012. His full length A Path Far From Here was read in June 2012 at the Festival of Student Readings in Roanoke, VA and was produced in St. Louis at The Tesseract Theatre Company in April 2014. In June 2014, Ain't Nobody's Bargain was rewritten as a one-act play and produced at St. Louis Community College. His play An Initial Condition was read at the Festival of New Plays in Roanoke, Virginia and is scheduled for production in Virginia, New York City, and St. Louis in 2014. Acting credits include Angels in America, Proof, The Pillowman, Some Girl(s), Cripple of Inishmaan, and The Shape of Things. Directing credits include Almost, Maine, Fool for Love, Antigone, and the St. Louis premiere's of both Kevin D. Ferguson's A Thing With Feathers and Orders.