Ursula Belden
Ursula Beldenís  work has been seen On Broadway, Off Broadway, in Regional Theaters from coast to coast, in Europe and in Canada.   NY credits include nearly three dozen new  plays, numerous American premieres and several award winning classics.  A recipient of numerous New York and national awards, her work has regularly been selected for inclusion in the Prague Quadrennial.  She has conducted workshops in Berlin,  London,  Bali and Kathmandu, and has just returned form Hong Kong where she worked as a Fulbright Senior Specialist.    A  graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Belden is a Distinguished Professor at Ohio University and has served as guest professor at Londonís Central St. Martinís. Belden co-designed and co-curated the American exhibit for the 2003 Prague Quadrennial and designed the first World Stage Design Exhibit in Toronto in 2005.