Leila Teitelman (she/her) holds a B.A. in theater from Connecticut College and an MFA in theatrical writing from Lesley University where she presented her thesis, Mother of all Monsters: How Horror Became a Feminist Genre. Theatre credits include: Awful People Pray (National Playwrights’ Conference Semi-Finalist, Princess Grace Fellowship Semi-Finalist, Table Work Press recommendation, Working Title Productions, Clauder Competition NH Winner), Baby Cakes (B-Street Theater New Comedy Festival, The Hearth Theater Co.), and A Place for Us (The Kennedy Center, Boston Theater Marathon). Leila has worked in education and literary offices at Manhattan Theatre Club, New Dramatists, The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, Keene State College and Barrington Stage Company. As a performer, she has worked with David Dorfman Dance, The College Light Opera Company, The Hearth, Roundabout Theater, and NYC Fringe and Musical Theater Festivals. She recently joined the UVM theater faculty and is thrilled to be working with Vermont Stage!