Kermit Frazier has had nearly twenty plays produced in New York and around the country at such theaters as the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Aslo Theatre Company, Seattle Children’s Theatre, First Stage Children’s Theater, Baltimore Center Stage, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Philadelphia Drama Guild, and Woodie King, Jr.’s New Federal Theatre. His plays include Kernel of Sanity, Shadows and Echoes, Interstices, Legacies, An American Journey, Dream King, Sacred Places, Little Rock, and Smoldering Fires (published by Dramatic Publishing). Three of his one-act plays, Dinah Washington Is Dead, Class Reunion, and Outside the Radio have been produced in EST Marathons. His commissioned living history plays include Steps in Time: Scenes from 1840 Baltimore, The Road to Freedom, Love Along the Avenue, and Freetown Village. He is also a television writer, having written for such series as "Gullah Gullah Island" (co-producer and executive story editor), "Married People," "True Colors," "The Cosby Mysteries," "The Magic School Bus," "The Misadventures of Maya and Miguel," "The Wonder Pets," and "All My Children." He was a creator of and head writer for the popular children’s mystery series, "Ghostwriter," whose first season has recently been released as a five-DVD box set. His articles, reviews, and short stories have appeared in many magazines and journals, including Callaloo, Green Mountains Review, The Chicago Review, American Theater, Black World, Essence, and The New York Times Book Review. He is professor of English at Adelphi University, where he teaches in the MFA Program in Creative Writing.