Come hear writer and executive producer of USA Network's Mr. Robot speak on campus. Kyle Bradstreet is an award winning writer and producer whose work has been produced in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. He is currently a writer and executive producer on the critically acclaimed Mr. Robot (USA Network), for which he has received Peabody, Golden Globe, and Writers Guild of America awards. Other television series include Berlin Station (Epix), Copper (BBC America), Borgia: Faith & Fear (Netflix), and The Philanthropist (NBC). As a playwright, Bradstreet’s dramas have been produced and developed at the Contemporary American Theater Festival, The Flea Theater, Gloucester Stage Company, Barefoot Theatre Company for Cherry Lane Theatre, Labrats Theatre Company for Jimmy's No. 43, Shortened Attention Span for The Players Theatre, and La Manuela for Microteatro Por Dinero in Madrid. His short fiction has been published in the literary journals "Blood Lotus," "Third Wednesday," "The Coachella Review," "rFISHc," and "Two Hawks Quarterly." Guest lecturing stints include New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and SUNY College at Buffalo (where he has received the Distinguished Alumnus Award). Kyle is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America, East, on which he is currently a council member.
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