Dickey Nesenger began her work in the film business in 1973 as a documentary and commercial film editor in New York. After moving to Los Angeles in 1978, she began a 17 year career as a script supervisor, working in television, on feature films, commercials and music videos. Also a screenwriter, she sold her film Commercial to Lighthouse Productions in Los Angeles. As a playwright, her plays have been staged at The Producer’s Club, Looking Glass and American Globe Theatres in New York, The Met and City Theatres in Los Angeles, New Jersey Repertory, Minneapolis Playwrights’ Center, Boston’s Theatre Works, and throughout Washington State. She holds an MFA in Dramatic Writing through Goddard College, and teaches play and screenwriting at Antioch University in Seattle. Her short play, Montana Moon, produced last year at New Jersey Repertory, has been optioned for a short film to be produced by the theatre.