Courtney Meaker | Photo by Christina Collins

Courtney Meaker | Photo by Christina Collins



After joining an office initiative to lose weight, Mickey vomits her Tiny Thin Woman Inside into existence. Inspired by the popular meme that there’s a tiny, thin woman inside every woman if she’d only stop eating “crap,” Tiny Thin Woman Inside explores the relationship women have with their bodies, media representations of weight loss, queer dating while fat, and general anxiety about the violence inherent in trying to fit into a societal norm of size.


Courtney Meaker is a playwright whose work often explores queerness, feminism, and the end of the world. She’s developed plays with Kennedy Center, National New Play Network, Seattle Repertory Theatre, San Francisco Playhouse, Annex Theatre, About Face, Macha Monkey, Kitchen Dog Theater, and the Sewanee Writers Conference. She’s an alumna of Seattle Rep’s Writers Group, a Walter E. Dakin Fellow for Sewanee Writers’ Conference, and a graduate of the University of Iowa’s Playwrights Workshop. She’s a 2019/2020 Jerome Fellow at the Playwrights Center in Minneapolis.


Kaytlin McIntyre - Directing credits include: Everybody (Strawberry Theatre Workshop), Nadeshiko (Sound Theatre Company), Vinegar Tom (Cornish College of the Arts), Men on Boats (Webster University) The Lost Girls (Annex); View From the Bridge (Wing Luke Museum/ Seattle Rep); Zapoi! (Annex); Broken Dog Legs (Catapult Theatre). She serves as Casting Director and Associate Producer of The Other Season at Seattle Rep. She is a Lincoln Center Director's Lab alum, a member of the 2019-2020 SDCF Obervership Class, and an Associate Member of SDC.  BFA in Directing from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.

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