Dale Griffiths Stamos is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter whose work has been produced and published in the United States and abroad. Her full-length play productions include: One White Crow at Edgemar Center for the Arts in 2013, and Arena Repertory Players in 2011, and Dialectics of the Heart at Edgemar Center for the Arts in 2006. Her play with music, Blue Jay Singing in the Dead of Night received a workshop production at Pacific Resident Theatre (Los Angeles) in August of 2011. Two evenings of her one acts have been produced: Love Struck at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in 2012 and Thicker Than Water at the Promenade Playhouse (Santa Monica) in 2011. Her 10-minute play, The Unintended Video, for which she won the Heideman Award, was produced originally at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and then worldwide at countless venues since. Many of her other short plays have been produced throughout the country.
Dale is a two-time top 10 Winner in the Writer's Digest Stage Play Competition for her full-length plays, One White Crow and Blue Jay Singing in the Dead of Night; and she won the Jewel Box Theatre's Original Playwrighting Competition for her full-length play Dialectics of the Heart.
As a screenwriter, Dale's first two short films went to multiple film festivals, (2013 - 2015) and garnered two Audience Choice Awards, and a Jury Award. She has recently (fall, 2017) completed two more shorts, which have been submitted to festivals. Additionally, early in Dale's career, she was Emmy-nominated for her shared story credit on the CBS special Words Up!