June Carryl is originally from Denver and attended Brown University where she studied Political Science, English Literature as well as playwriting with Paula Vogel, Anna Deavere Smith and Aisha Rahman. She is a member of the Actor's Studio and the Director's Lab. Directing projects include Onion Creek (Son of Semele), The Wash (Blank Theatre’s Young Playwrights Festival), and The Position (Piano Fight). Her plays include Stone Angeles, God’s Wife, Rings of Saturn and The Art of Yes, and she has received commissions from the Magic Theater and Manhattan’s Visible Theater. She has performed with Absolute Theater, City Garage, Odyssey, Mark Taper's Taper, Too, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Berkeley Repertory and American Conservatory Theaters, receiving the Dean Goodman Choice Award for Best Actress for her work in Venus.