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Natalie Gaupp (born January 8, 1967) is an American playwright.
Her professional production credits include theatres primarily in the Southwest US, as well as off-off-Broadway. Her plays have also been workshopped in Toronto, New York, and Chicago by the Association for Theatre in Higher Education.
Among her playwriting honors, Gaupp has received the Southwest Theatre and Film Association’s "Best New Play" award for Powerful People and for Some of These Days (--as well as SWTFA’s Oscar G. Brockett Theatre History Award). Gaupp's plays have been published by the Southwest Theatre and Film Association and by the Association of Theatre in Higher Education's New Play Development Workshop.
- UTA Magazine
- University of Texas at Arlington Department of Theatre Arts
- BackDoor Theatre
- Circle Theatre; Fort Worth, TX
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