Faye M. Price, Former MCA Chairperson and 2020 Larry Award recipient, is the Co-Artistic Producing Director of Pillsbury House Theatre in Minneapolis. As co-producer she has overseen a variety of Pillsbury House Theatre productions including Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, Perestroika, The Gimmick, Phoenix Fabrik, Jesus Hopped the A Train and Bulrusher. A former dramaturg at the Guthrie Theater she has served as the production dramaturg for over a dozen shows, including Summer and Smoke directed by David Esbjornson, Crowns directed by Timothy Bond, Thunder Knocking on the Door, directed by Marion McClinton, A Month in the Country directed by Mark Brokaw, Big White Fog directed by Lou Bellamy, A Dolls House directed by Michael Langham and Helen Burns, and Philadelphia, Here I Come!, directed by Joe Dowling. Faye also served as the production dramaturg for the Penumbra Theater production of The Coming of the Hurricane, and Inner City Opera at the Great American History Theater. As an actress, she most recently appeared in the Park Square Theatre production of Well directed by Michael Bigelow Dixon. In the Twin Cities, Faye has appeared numerous times at Penumbra, Mixed Blood, the Guthrie and Illusion theaters. Faye has also performed nationally at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, ACT in Seattle, Baltimore Center Stage, the Hudson Guild Theatre and the Circle-in-the-Square Theatre in New York, among others. Faye is an alumnus of the Salzburg Seminar. and served as a dramaturg at the New Harmony Project in 1999 and 2000. Faye has also served as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, Jerome Foundation, the Minnesota State Arts Board, McKnight Fellowships for Theater Artists, literary reviewer for the NEA/TCG Theater Residency Program for Playwrights, and an adjudicator for both the Minnesota Association of Community Theatres Festival and the American Association of Community Theatres. Faye is the recipient of the 2006 Catharine Lealtad Service to Society Award from Macalester College. Awarded the August Wilson Fellowship to study Dramaturgy and Literary Criticism, Faye received her graduate degree from the University of Minnesota.