Claudia Barnett writes experimental plays about women and history and science. Her plays, including Witches Vanish and Aglaonike’s Tiger, have been developed and performed at 5th Wall Productions, the Great Plains Theatre Conference, the Kennedy Center Page-to-Stage Festival, MultiStages, Nashville Repertory Theatre, Stage Left Theatre, Venus Theatre, the University of Pittsburgh Stages, Western Kentucky University, and the Women's Voices Theater Festival. As a Tennessee Playwrights Studio Fellow in 2018, she wrote Kingdom (a play about Snow White and climate change). She won the Andaluz Award Jury Prize from Fusion Theatre in 2016. She’s a professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University and the author of I Love You Terribly: Six Plays (2012) and No. 731 Degraw-street, Brooklyn, or Emily Dickinson’s Sister: A Play in Two Acts (2015), both published by Carnegie Mellon University Press.