Jules Tasca has taught play writing at Oxford University in England and he has performed with a commedia dell'arte group in central Italy. He is the author of more than a hundred published plays that have been produced in numerous American theaters from the Mark Taper Forum to the Bucks County Playhouse, as well as abroad. He has also written for radio and television. He has been the national winner in New York's Performing Arts Repertory Theater Playwriting contest. Other awards include the Thespie Award for Best New Play, the Drama Critics Award in Los Angeles, the Dorothy Silver International Play Writing Award, and the prestigious Barrymore Award for Best Play. He received a grant from the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts to develop a new theatrical form, the Eurythmy, a system of movement to language, music and sound. He is a member of New York's Dramatist Guild.