Howard Meyer was presented the ArtsWestchester's 50-50 award (50 artists on their 50th anniversary) and honored by the Westchester County legislature for his work as playwright, acting teacher, and his two decades of leadership as Axial Theatre's founding Artistic Director. 

He has taught acting at Michael Howard studios for the past three years.

Produced plays include Paint Made Flesh (semi-finalist, the O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and PlayPenn, selected by The Last Frontier Theatre Conference) was workshopped at Steppenwolf, presented at The Cell in New York City and optioned for a motion picture ; Radiance: (two-time semi-finalist at the O'Neill and a finalist at the Hormel New Works Festival) featured Obie award-winning actor Chris McCann in the production and Tony Award Nominee, Lou Liberatore, in the developmental workshop at the Drama League; Maybe Never Fell, presented at New York's Cherry Lane Theatre; WELCOME, This is a Neighborhood Watch Community, directed by Drama Desk award winner Josh Hecht, featuring LABrynth Theater Company co-founder David Deblinger; LOSS: commissioned and produced by Half Moon Theatre; Capture, presented at The Denizen Theatre, featuring esteemed actor-playwright John Peilmeier. 

Senescence was also an O'Neil semifinalist.

His play Lost In Paradise has also been optioned for a motion picture. 

Howard's other plays include The Kiss, All That's Fair, The Contract, The Number Trilogy, AngelBeast, Cherrie & Jerry, the monologues, Calculus and Horus, Amateur Tantra, Triple Womb, Joy To The World, Raising the Ground, Lowering the Sky and Pluto.

As a director, he has worked at venues including New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, The Playwright's Center in Minneapolis, and Axial Theatre. Howard directed the NYC premiere of the original text of Athol Fugard's Hello and Goodbye at Rattlestick Playwright's Theatre.

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