A diverse writer of columns, feature stores, short fiction, novels, screenplays and stage plays, Maryann Miller has won numerous awards including being a semi-finalist at the Sundance Institute for her screenplay, “A Question of Honor.” She also placed in the top 15 percent of entries in the Chesterfield Screenwriting Fellowship with the adaptation of her mystery, “Open Season.”
In association with Stephen Marro Productions in New York, Ms. Miller has done script editing and doctoring and co-authored three screenplays; “Holding Point,” “Canned Goods,” and “It Doesn’t Take a Hero.” She was the script doctor for "Broadway's Finest", which released in 2012.
Having a long-time love affair with live theatre, Ms. Miller has been associated with high school drama departments as a production assistant and advisor for stage productions and student films. She is currently the Theatre Director at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts, where she works with actors young and young at heart.
The crazy lady in the hat is Nona from "The Altos", which was one of her favorite roles.
Unique traits: Hmmm. Unique traits? Let's see. Throwing 50 pound bales of hay? No. Lots of people can do that. Giving medicine to a cat? Maybe. Not many can do that without gloves and a towel in which to contain the cat. Haven't bathed one, though. I was going to say a penchant for nonsense, but then too many of my theatre friends have the same issue, so that is not very unique.
A Question of Honor Drama A West Texas rancher must come to terms with his son’s homosexuality or lose him forever.
Open Season Drama Embroiled in a serial murder case, Dallas homicide detectives Sarah Kingsly and Angel Johnson must come to terms with public and personal racial unrest as they track a serial killer who has his own race card to play.