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Parade Stone is a biracial New York City-based writer for stage and screen and is currently a Dramatic Writing MFA candidate at New York University. She is invested in telling intersectional stories featuring characters of color as well as exploring how our fantasy lives can interact with our reality on stage and screen.

Parade’s recent theatrical writings include a 29-hour reading of her musical, “Work” (Book and Lyrics) supported by the Shubert Organization's Artistic Circle Initiative and presented in August 2022, a presentation of songs from “Work” at New York Theatre Barn’s New Work’s Series in September 2022, and a reading of her play, “Brother Johnny’s Homestyle BBQ,” presented at The Tank in August 2022. Her play, "Cupid's Corner," presented by the Star is Bored podcast, earned her a nomination for the 2020 OffWestEnd Awards in the UK. She was named a finalist for the Jane Chambers Playwriting Prize presented by the Association for Theatre in Higher Education in July 2022. Additionally, her short film “Spiritual Shit” is in post-production. You can find an excerpt from her play, “In the Same Space” published in The Cincinnati Review. Look out for a presentation of her short play, "Fishing" in The Maker's Ensemble's Short Play Fest in March 2023. 


May 2023

New York University, Tisch School of the Arts

Master of Fine Arts in Dramatic Writing Candidate

Sep 2013 - May 2017

The State University of New York at Purchase

Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude, GPA: 3.8

Double Major: Theatre and Performance; Gender Studies

Minor: Playwriting

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