Mimi recently co-produced Elmwood’s The Shape of Things and Night and Day: Love Lost and Found Through the Eyes of Cole Porter. She was last seen on stage at Elmwood as The Woman in Death of a Salesman and decades earlier as Margery Pinchwife in The Country Wife and Ophelia in Theater 5’s production of Hamlet. She appeared Off-B’way and regionally in various roles before switching to a 25 year career writing for daytime dramas including Another World, As the World Turns and All My Children, receiving three Writers’ Guild Awards and eight Emmy nominations. She also received an international Emmy nomination for her writing on One Night of Love, a Russian telenovelas produced by Sony. She currently serves as the chair of Elmwood’s Play Selection Committee and teaches writing for Marymount Manhattan in the college program at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.