|Amelia Earhart||Blue Horses||Haunted Houses|
|The Legend of Sleepy Hollow||The Red Badge of Courage||The Shining Moment (with music)|
|A Thousand Cranes||You Don't See Me|
Kathryn Schultz Miller has written plays for young audiences since 1976. She served for 20 years as co-founder and artistic director of ArtReach Touring Theatre, a professional touring theatre based in Cincinnati. Miller is the recipient of three playwriting fellowships and one fiction fellowship from the Ohio Arts Council as well as a playwriting fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. Fourteen of her scripts have been produced nationwide. Her published plays include Island Son, Amelia Earhart, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, A Thousand Cranes, Haunted Houses, You Don't See Me and Blue Horses (Dramatic Publishing); Red Badge of Courage and The Shining Moment (Anchorage Press); Poe, Poe! (IE Clark Publishing); and Choosing Sides for Basketball (Baker's Plays). A Thousand Cranes is included in Twenty Great Plays for Children, an anthology edited by Coleman A. Jennings, with foreword by Maurice Sendak, published by St. Martin's Press. Miller is the winner of the 1985 Post-Corbett Award "for literary excellence in playwriting."