Playwright. Productions: People Be Heard, Playwrights Horizons; The Lively Lad, New York Stage and Film and The Actors Theatre of Louisville; The Virgin Molly, Atlantic Theatre and Berkeley Rep; The Joy of Going Somewhere Definite, Atlantic Theatre and Mark Taper Forum. Joy was published by Dramatists Play Service as were People Be Heard and The Lively Lad. Current projects: Loulou, a musical, in development at the Banff Centre, commissioned by Ginger Cat Productions in Toronto; Buried Alive, a one act opera adapted from Edgar Allan Poe short story, commissioned by American Lyric Theatre; The Huntsmen, a play with songs which won a 2009 Time Warner Storyteller’s award; The Gospel According to Trains, a recipient of a New York State Council on the Arts Individual Artist’s grant through America-In-Play. Quincy Long grew up in Warren, Ohio, is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, and lives in New York City.