Gina Femia’s plays include The Violet Sisters (Great Plains Theatre Conference), Annie and the Fat Man (Finalist, Leah Ryan Prize for Emerging Playwrights, The Kilroys Honorable Mention), Super, or, How Clark Graves Learned to Fly (semi-finalist The O’Neill and The Princess Grace Award), For The Love Of (Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre reading fest), Mahogany Brown and the Case of the Disappearing Kid (The Brick’s Comic Book Theatre Festival), and Five-Sided Triangle (Dixon Place’s HOT!Fest, The Downtown Urban Theatre Festival). 

She is an alum of Pipeline Theatre’s PlayLab (The Mermaids' Parade) and New Georges' Audrey Residency (Accidental Burlesque). A 2-time nominee for the Doric Wilson Independent Playwright Award, she is a member of Youngblood, Lather, Rinse, Repeat Collective, a New Georges Affiliated Artist and a New York Madness Company Member and has received residencies with NTI at the O’Neill, Fresh Ground Pepper's BRB Retreat, SPACE on Ryder Farm and Grin City Collective. MFA, Sarah Lawrence College (Lipkin Prize in Playwriting).