About Paul Pasulka
Paul Pasulka is a network playwright with Chicago Dramatists and a member of the Dramatists Guild, but he considers Three Cat Production his artistic home. He is also a clinical psychologist (paulpasulka.com) in private practice and on faculty at Northwestern University School of Medicine. His plays have been read or produced throughout Chicago. Gruoch, or Lady Macbeth received a full production with Death and Pretzels in March 2015 after having received a reading in the New Works Festival at Three Cat Productions. Home for Christmas ran as part of Holiday Stories at Three Cat Productions in 2014. When the Levee Breaks was produced by Second City Chicago in conjunction with the Chicago Dramatists. Meep-meep and A Dopey Christmas received staged readings at Three Cat Productions. When the Wheels Fall Off was produced in the Brookfield 10-minute Festival in 2013, and was selected as a finalist for The Artist’s Home’s Cut to the Chase Festival. Dark Angels was performed at the American Theatre Company (ATC) and Roberto Clemente High School in ATC’s Bridge Program. He has presented autobiographical stories with the GenNarrations Project of The Goodman Theatre, Three Cat Productions, and Death and Pretzels Theatre. He was invited to read The Ironman’s Rules at The International Storytelling Festival in San Miguel Allende, Mexico, in June. Wanna See a Dead Rat, a collection of stories and 10-minute plays was produced by Death and Pretzels Theatre at RhinoFest Chicago in February 2015. He presented “Neuropsychology, Creativity, and Storytelling” at the Steel Pen Creative Writers’ Conference in October 2015 and will be working with Adventure Stage Theatre in assisting middle schoolers in writing plays for Young Playwrights for Change this fall and winter.