Molly Weeks Crumbley (formerly Molly E. Weeks) graduated magna cum laude from Washington College in 2007 with majors in Drama and English and a minor in Creative Writing.
She received honors in both majors, completing comprehensive exams in medieval English literature and fulfilling her drama thesis by directing a production of Father Joy at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland and at the Church Hill Theatre in 2006. During her time at Washington College, Molly was the president of the Riverside Players and Writers’ Theatre. She was also a member of Sigma Tau Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Douglass Cater Society of Junior Fellows, Writers’ Union, and reigned as the English department’s jousting tournament champion in 2007.
In her professional life, Molly is currently a Public Services Librarian in southern Maryland, where she lives with her husband, Boothe Crumbley ’03, and their dogs. In December 2011, she graduated from Clarion University with a Master’s in Library Science.
When not at the library, Molly writes children’s book reviews for the website A Book and a Hug and is the co-Artistic Director of Zero Hour Theatre, which has produced several original plays by Washington College alumni at the Capital Fringe Festival in Washington, DC. In the past, she has been a contributing editor to the online literary site Crunchable and has had an article published in the Washington College Magazine. Molly is currently working on writing a book of her own.