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==Life==
Goldberg is a graduate of the dramatic writing program at [[New York University]], and of the [[Juilliard School]].{{cncitation needed|date=June 2016}} She was a Tennessee Williams Fellow at the [[University of the South]] and a recipient of the Le Compte de Nouy stipend, the first annual Helen Merrill Award, and a 2000 Berrilla Kerr Foundation Award.<ref>{{cite journal| url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-70396306.html| archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20121025160126/http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-70396306.html| dead-url-status=yesdead| archive-date=October 25, 2012| title=Berrilla Kerr Foundation awards| work=American Theatre |date=January 1, 2001}}</ref> She was also a resident at New River Dramatists, a member of the [[PEN American Center]].{{cncitation needed|date=June 2016}}
 
Her play ''Get What You Need'' was commissioned by the [[Atlantic Theater Company]].{{cncitation needed|date=June 2016}} ''Refuge'' premiered at Playwrights' Horizons and won the 1999 [[Susan Smith Blackburn Prize]].
 
Goldberg's television and screen work includes "The Prince of Motor City" (2008) for [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]], starring [[Piper Perabo]], [[Aidan Quinn]], [[Andie MacDowell]], [[Rutger Hauer]], and [[Morris Chestnut]].{{cncitation needed|date=June 2016}} Her screenplays include:
* ''Absent Hearts'' for Imagine/[[Peter Berg]]
* ''The Amadou Ly Story'' for [[The Kennedy/Marshall Company]]
* ''Passing Strange'' for HBO
* ''Delerium'' for Mazur/Fox 2000
* ''Heart of a Soldier'' for Universal/Josh Schwartz{{cncitation needed|date=June 2016}}
 
==Works==
 
==References==
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==External links==