Boo Killebrew was a Lila Acheson Playwriting Fellow at The Juilliard School and the recipient of The Paula Vogel Award at The Vineyard Theater. She is an alumni of the Emerging Writers Group at The Public Theater, a recipient of a NYFA Fellowship, a resident of The SPACE Working Farm, an Affiliated Artist with New Georges, and Usual Suspect with New York Theater Workshop. Her plays include Lettie (Jeff Award, Best New Play; Edgerton Foundation New Play Award, Victory Gardens Theater) Miller, Mississippi (The Leah Ryan Prize, Dallas Theatre Center, Long Wharf Theater); Romance Novels for Dummies (Edgerton Foundation New Play Award, Williamstown Theater Festival), Days Like Diamonds, The Play About My Dad (59e59 Theaters, The Raven Theater, Jermyn Street Theatre), The d Life, Emptor and The Momentum (NYC Fringe Festival Excellence Award for Overall Production of a Play; GLAAD Media Award Nominee). Her work has been presented at The Roundabout Theatre, The Public Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, The Atlantic, New York Theater Workshop, Victory Gardens, New York Stage and Film, Perry Mansfield, Portland Center Stage, New Georges, Clubbed Thumb, The Huntington Theatre Co., 59e59 Theaters, The New Ohio, The Labyrinth, The Alley Theatre, and Boston Playwright's Theatre. Boo was an Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellow, an Artist in Residence at NYFA, The MacDowell Colony, Robert Wilson's Watermill Center, New York Theater Workshop, Williamstown Theater Festival, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Boo received a Writers Guild Award and an Emmy nomination for her work on the limited series, Mrs. America (FX), and has been a writer producer for the TV series Longmire (Netflix), A Teacher (FX), Painkiller (Netflix), Fleishman is in Trouble (FX), Physical (Apple), Lessons in Chemistry (Apple) and is currently developing an original series for HBO Max.