Mark St. Germain

Mark St. Germain is an American playwright, author, film, and television writer. As a dramatist, St. Germain shows a strong preference for historical fiction, bringing to life historical events and personalities with vivid, imagined dialogue.

Off-Broadway works include Becoming Dr. Ruth (Westside Theatre), Freud’s Last Session (New World Stages), The God Committee, Johnny Pye and the Fool-Killer, and The Gifts of The Magi (Lamb’s Theatre), Camping With Henry And Tom (Lucille Lortel Theatre), Jack’s Holiday (Playwrights Horizons), A…My Name is Alice (McGinn-Cazale Theatre), Moby Dick (Parish Hall), and Just So (Jack Lawrence Theater). Regional works include Blanche & Her Joy Boys (New Repertory), Dancing Lessons (Barrington Stage), Ears On A Beatle (DR2 Theatre), Forgiving Typhoid Mary (George Street Playhouse), Joseph and Mary (John Houseman Theatre), and Out of Gas On Lover’s Leap (Griffin Theatre).

His television credits include NBC’s The Cosby Show and CBS’ As the World Turns.