ROSS MUELLER is a multi-award winning playwright. His play The Glory won the 2007 Wal Cherry Play of the Year, Concussion was the winner of the 2008 New York Dramatists Award and Construction of the Human Heart was shortlisted for the New York New Dramatists Award and for the 2007 AWGIE Award for Best New Play. His other works include A Strategic Plan, Lifetime Guarantee, Zebra, I Can’t Even, A Town Named War Boy, The Ghost Writer, No Man’s Island, A Party in Fitzroy, Little Brother, Great Ocean Road, Colosseum, Pinter’s Explanation, (A pilot version of…) Something To Die For, and Appetite. In 2002, Mueller was the Australian playwright at the International Residency of the Royal Court Theatre in London. He has been the Artistic Director of Courthouse Arts, Geelong; an affiliate of the Melbourne Theatre Company; and a founding member of Melbourne Dramatists. A number of his plays are published by Currency Press.