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Marvin González De León is a first-generation Mexican-American who writes plays that incorporate a myriad of genres—from sci fi to horror—anchored in the traditions of Latin American literature. His work has been produced and developed at Teatro Bravo, Arizona State University, Texas State University, Teatro del Pueblo, Round House Theatre, SPACE on Ryder Farm, Page 73 Productions, The Playwrights Realm, and the Playwrights’ Center. He is the recipient of the 2022 Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. He is also a Core Writer and a 2021-2022 Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights’ Center, where he was previously awarded the McKnight Fellowship in Playwriting (2020-2021) and the Many Voices Fellowship (2018-2019). He was a member of the 2020/2021 Interstate 73 Writers Group at Page 73 Productions and was a 2020-2021 Virtual Realm Mentee with The Playwrights Realm. His plays include “Pan Genesis” (2019 Playwrights’ Center PlayLabs; Semi-Finalist Page 73 Fellowship), “Pa’ Fuera Pa’ Fuera Pa’ Fuera” (Finalist Page 73 Fellowship; Finalist Playwrights Realm Fellowship), and “Madre de Dios” (2022 National Capital New Play Festival, 2020 Page 73 Virtual Residency). González De León received his MFA in Dramatic Writing in 2017 at Arizona State University. He teaches playwriting at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN.


Page 73 Productions

The Playwrights’ Center

The Playwrights Realm

New Play Exchange

Samuel French

Scenes for Latinx Actors: Voices of the New American Theatre