Zachariah Ezer is a playwright and dramaturg who animates theoretical quandaries through dramaturgical forms. His work has been seen at American Conservatory Theater, American Lore Theater, BUFU, Charging Moose Media, The DC Black Theatre Festival, Dragon Productions Theatre Company, The Echo Theater Collective, The Echo Theater Company, The Fade to Black Play Festival, Fault Line Theatre, Hi-ARTS, Iowa State University, The Lark, Merde, The New Cosmopolitans, New York Stage and Film, The Prelude Festival, The Rude Mechanicals, Ruthless Nightingale, The Secret Theatre, The Starfruit Project, The Tank, Theater Masters, The University of Texas at Austin, Wesleyan University, The Woodside Players of Queens, and The Workshop Theater. It has been published by Concord Theatricals/Samuel French, Smith & Kraus, American Blues Theater, New World Theatre, some scripts literary magazine, and Fleas on the Dog. It has been performed in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington (state & DC), Houston, Austin, Ames, and online.
Awards: The University of Texas' James A. Michener Fellowship, Hi-ARTS' Critical Breaks Residency, Echo Theater Company's National Playwright in Residence, Town Stages' Sokoloff Arts Creative Fellowship, Best Play at The Woodside Players of Queens Summer Play Festival, BUFU's EYEDREAM Residency, and Wesleyan University's Olin Fellowship.
MFA: The University of Texas at Austin (Class of 2023). BA: Wesleyan University.