He has been called “one of the most deliberately and effectively confrontational American Playwrights of his generation” by The New York Times. His plays include: Intimacy and Burning (The New Group), Mary and Carlyle (Goodman), Southern Promises, Fulfillment, Job, and Dawn (Flea Theater), The Bereaved (Crowded Fire, Partial Comfort, and the State Theater of Bielefeld in Germany), Thomas and Sally (Marin Theater Company) and Lecture on the Blues (Whitney Museum). He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Prince Prize, a Foundation for Contemporary Arts award, a Doris Duke Implementation Grant, and a PEN/Laura Pels International Foundation for Theatre Award. Recent commissions include The Royal National Theatre and The Goodman/Second City. A compilation of his work Intimacy and Other Plays was recently published by TCG. Mr. Bradshaw is an Associate Professor at Northwestern University.