Dayle Ann Hunt
Dayle Ann Hunt is a multi-award-winning playwright, novelist, and screenplay writer, most recently known for her work on The Trauma Brain Project. Her more recent screenplay, Unspoken, deals with turn-of-the-century trauma-based anxiety, panic and depression in a character who has also been medicated and misdiagnosed — with “hysteria.” It is in pre-production in NYC. She is also currently adapting her screenplay, The Winter House Haunting, for the stage. Other works include Either/Or (play) and Christmas Carol…ed! (musical production, co-authored with Dan Cooney). Forthcoming are New World Comin’, a 60’s musical which began development with students at the Chicago College of Performing Arts and The Long Lost Land of Color, a young readers novel. She is a NYU graduate, and member of the Dramatists Guild and WGA.
“…I’m ten years old, and it’s happening again. Another seizure and there’s nothing I can do. Unwillingly, I retreat into the bubble once more… safe and secure inside this space while my brain lets go, throws its angry tantrum, spits at the world, then subsides. My head spins, I am filled with a dizzy feeling…