Spencer Christiano is a playwright-in-residence at The MuCCC Theater in Rochester. A graduate of the SUNY College at Brockport Theater Program, he is the author of such works as Midnight on the Front Lawn of Good and Evil: a hypothesis (a meditation on citizens and the police inspired by Rochesterís Emily Good / Police Recording incident), Mystery of the Golden Buddha (a childrenís play for adults), A Window on the Carragee (a tale of Nazi soldiers stationed in neutral Ireland during World War II), and To My Friends: The Life and Death of George Eastman (a supernatural play taking place on the afternoon of the Rochester icon's suicide). Upcoming plays include Rails (a trio of Rochester one-acts concerning the abandoned subway, the Underground Railroad, and the Midtown Plaza monorail) and War Terrier (the somewhat-true story of World War II's most heroic Yorkie). A proud disciple of the Post-Capitalist Art Movement, he has directed or facilitated the production of nearly fifty new plays and performance art events in Rochester over the past three years. He is delighted and honored to be working with the University of Rochester International Theater Program.