is originally from Juárez, México. An alumna of the University of Texas, El Paso, the Stella Adler Studio, and the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, her plays explore themes of fantasy, mythology, surrealism, family relationships and feminism. She seeks to define a novo Latinx/Wabi Sabi aesthetic and often directs and devises her own work. Escobar’s plays have been seen and developed at INTAR, Dixon Place, The Flea, Lincoln Center, Clubbed Thumb, Governor’s Island, Milagro Theatre, Aurora Theatre, Duke City Rep, Marfa Live Arts, The Magic, The Lensic, and others. Professional development includes the Djerassi Playwright’s Initiative, MacDowell Colony Fellowship (upcoming), the Fornés Writing Workshop, the Kennedy Center’s National Theatre for Young Audiences Award, The Lit Associate gig at the O’Neill, and more. She is the finalist for the 2016 National Latino Playwriting Award and received the Kennedy Center's Theatre for Young Audiences Playwriting Award in 2010. Notable works include Ash Tree, The Ruin, Sweep and The Beacons (INTAR Premiere). Learn More.