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NEIL LABUTE (Writer/Director) -- Neil LaBute is a graduate of Brigham Young University, The University of Kansas, and New York University. While enrolled in the Graduate Dramatic Writing program at NYU, he was the recipient of a literary fellowship to study at the Royal Court Theatre in London, and also attended the Sundance Institute's Playwrights Lab. His first feature, "In the Company of Men," won the Filmmakers Trophy at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, as well as the New York Film Critics Circle's Award for Best First Feature; and went on to become a hit with critics and audiences in its theatrical release. For his script, LaBute was honored with the Best First Screenplay award at the 1998 Independent Spirit Awards. His plays include "Filthy Talk for Troubled Times," "Bash," "A Gaggle of Saints," "Rounder," "Sanguinarians & Sycophants," and "Ravages." He also penned adaptations of "Dracula" and "Woyzeck," which have been produced at venues in this country and abroad. LaBute lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana with his wife and two children.

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