Will Eno’s new play Middletown will receive its world premiere in fall 2010 at the Vineyard Theatre in New York City. His play TRAGEDY: a tragedy received its U.S. premiere at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in spring 2008, and his collection of short plays entitled OH, THE HUMANITY and other exclamations world premiered at The Flea Theater in winter 2008. Will’s internationally heralded play THOM PAIN (based on nothing) had a successful year-long run at the DR2 in New York, produced by Bob Boyett and Daryl Roth; following a sold out run at the August 2004 International Edinburgh Festival (Fringe First Award and the Herald Angel Award), and a subsequent transfer to the Soho Theatre in London. The play is now being produced across the United States, as well as Brazil, Italy, Germany, France, Norway, Denmark, Israel, Mexico and other countries. THOM PAIN (based on nothing) was a finalist for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. Will’s play The Flu Season received the 2004 Oppenheimer Award for the best debut production in New York by an American playwright. Will’s plays have been produced by the Gate Theatre, the SOHO Theatre and BBC Radio, in London; the Rude Mechanicals Theater Company and Naked Angels, in New York. His plays are published by Oberon Books and have appeared in Harper's, The Antioch Review, The Quarterly, and Best Ten-Minute Plays for Two Actors. Will is presently under commission by the Royal National Theatre. He is a Helen Merrill Playwriting Fellow, a Guggenheim Fellow, an Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellow, and was awarded the first-ever Marian Seldes/Garson Kanin Fellowship by the Theater Hall of Fame, as well as the Alfred Hodder Fellowship at Princeton. Will lives in Brooklyn, New York.