Caitlin Saylor Stephens

Caitlin Saylor Stephens is a Brooklyn-based playwright, performer, and filmmaker. The recent world premiere of her play When We Went Electronic was hailed as “absurdist edginess” and “taut and brutal” by The New York Times. Her work has been presented at The Tank, The Flea, NYTW, The Lark, New Georges, The Amoralists, and elsewhere. Among her awards are fellowships, scholarships, grants, and residencies from Headlands Center for the Arts, Ucross, VCCA, New Georges, The Whiting Foundation, and The Jerome Foundation. She’s received two honorable mentions on The Kilroy’s List and has been a finalist for New Dramatists, The NYFA Made in NY Women’s Grant, Princess Grace Award, Sundance Theatre Lab, a 2019 Creative Capital Award, BAPF, P73 Fellowship, multiple Jerome Fellowships, Berkeley Rep Ground Floor, and the Boris/Segal Fellowship at WTF. Her short films on Instagram are currently under commission with Borscht Film Festival’s #nobrozone with support from The Knight Foundation. Follow Caitlin on social @irltouching.