Holli is a Dramatists Guild Fellow recipient 2009-2010. Her play Naples, FL was a finalist with the Great Plains Theatre Festival as well as New York’s Summer Play Festival. Palmetto was a finalist with Ojai Playwrights Conference. Holli was co-founder of The Lexington Group – a group of writers/performers who co-wrote Step in and Stand Clear (winner Backstage Critics Award).  The group’s ensemble show The Ballad of Larry the Flyer was invited to both the New York Fringe Festival and Piccolo Spoleto festival in Charleston, SC.  Her play The Lying Game was part of the summer conference in Steamboat Springs, CO, and her one woman show, It’s All Dash-A-Wu was part of New York Theatre Space solo series. She was co-writer for the short film, Connections now on DVD. Holli is a writer and performer with Monologues and Madness series at NYC’s Cornelia Street Café.


Graceful Living by Maria Gabriele , EST and Living Image Arts. Rich Orloff’s Foreign Affairs for Workshop Theater, Stealing Home for Workshop Theater. As part of the popular pool plays with Word Of Mouth summer series she directed The Crowd and Jesus Metaphor. Directed at New York Performance Works, For Below The Belt Theatre Company, Polaris Rep and more.  Some other regional productions include Broken Up and The History Of The U.S. (Abridged) for the DeerTrees Theatre in Harrison Maine.  She holds a BFA in acting and is a member of Ensemble Studio Theatre.


An insider interview with playwright Maria Gabriele and director Holli Harms about their new play, GRACEFUL LIVING - THE WHOLE STORY.