Crystal Finn is an actor and playwright based in New York. Her play Becoming Liv Ullmann, which she wrote and performed, was first seen at the New York Fringe festival in 2012, and was later was performed in the New Ground Theater Festival at Cleveland Play House, where it was picked by the Plain Dealer as one of the best productions of 2013. Her play The Faire was a semi-finalist for the Cherry Lane Mentor project and was produced with Fault Line theatre in New York in 2013. The production was directed by Aaron Rossini. Crystal studied playwriting with Tina Howe at Hunter College, and while there was awarded the John Golden award, for her play Back to The Land. As an actor, Crystal has worked at Playwrights Horizons, 59E59, Fulcrum Theater, Ars Nova, and Clubbed Thumb. Crystal received her MFA in acting from Brown/Trinity. She graduated magna cum laude from UC Berkeley with degrees in English and Theater. She is a member of Partial Comfort Productions and an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb.