Christopher Sullivan is a playwright and screenwriter. His work has been seen at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Flea Theatre, Theatre Row, NYU, and the Institute of Contemporary Art in London, where he studied under the Writers Guild of Great Britain. Full length plays include Metro Cards (Ensemble Studio Theatre, Spring 2015), Best Friend, It Takes a Moon, Barn Burner, Helicopters Inc, The Silver Horse Pony Show (Harold and Mimi Steinberg Theatre Lab) as well as numerous short plays. His short film Mopeds From Heaven has been seen in film festivals across the country. He has produced documentary and reality work for Sundance TV, MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, and Pitchfork TV. He is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, member of EST’s Youngblood and Artistic Director of Pony Show Presents, a series bridging independent theater and music communities in affordable and accessible spaces. He currently lives in Los Angeles, attending USC's School of Cinematic Arts Writing for Screen and TV MFA program.