Anthony R. Sciullo
Anthony R. Sciullo received an MFA in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University in 2002 and was awarded a Shubert Playwriting Scholarship. Sciullo’s play Quicksand Tango was produced for the 2002 Winter New Plays Project, and his screenplay Third Sight received a Sloan Foundation Screen Writing Fellowship and was a semi-finalist for the 2003 Chesterfield Writers Project. Prior to graduate school, Anthony was a board member of Tale Spinners Theater and their Oral History Playwrights Project. His plays Homework, Candlestick Tales and Red Harvest were produced in San Francisco by Tale Spinners. The Road to Virginia received honorable mention and a seated reading at the 2002 Pittsburgh New Works Festival. Reverentia was a finalist for the Sonoma County Repertory’s 2001 New Drama Works, where it received a staged reading, and was also a finalist for the 2000 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights conference. The Sciullo family currently resides in the Northern California wine country. Anthony R. Sciullo was awarded a Screenwriting grant at Carnegie Mellon in 2002 for Third Sight

Sloan-awarded films


2002