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Ross Mueller

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Ross Mueller is an Australian playwright. He is the winner of the Wal Cherry Play of the year in 2007 for his play The Glory and in 2008, he was nominated twice for Green Room Awards for Best New Play. In March 2007 The Ghost Writer premiered at the MTC and in May 2007 his play No Man’s Island had its US premiere with a production at Here in New York City. In 2006, Ross was shortlisted for the New York New Dramatists Award for Construction of the Human Heart and it was shortlisted for the 2007 AWGIE Award for Best New Play.

He has been commissioned by Playbox, Melbourne Theatre Company, Hothouse and ABC Radio National. He has been an affiliate of the Melbourne Theatre Company and a founding member of Melbourne Dramatists.

Some of Ross’ other works include: A Party in Fitzroy, Little Brother, Great Ocean Road, Colosseum, Printers Explanation and (a pilot version of…) Something To Die For and Concussion, which premiered at Wharf 2 as a Griffin Theatre Co/Sydney Theatre Co co-production.

Ross’s play Zebra had its first mainstage production at the STC in 2011, starring Bryan Brown and Colin Friels. Ross has written the Book to the cabaret show When I Fall In Love, starring Bert LaBonte, which opened in Melbourne in 2011. Ross’ most recent play, a commission from ATYP and The State Library of NSW, A Town Named War Boy premiered in 2015.