Jennifer Lane - playwright
JENNIFER LANE is a California-based writer and teaching artist originally from Troy, Michigan.
Her work includes To Fall in Love (Winner of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans One-Act Play Contest, Winner of Outstanding Writing and Outstanding Drama at the 2017 San Diego International Fringe Festival, and published in Bayou Magazine); September & Her Sisters (developed at Scripps Ranch Theatre's Out On A Limb Festival); The Seer & The Witch (developed in the Groundbreakers Playwriting Group, part of the nuVoices for a nuGeneration Festival, Semi-Finalist for the O’Neill Playwriting Conference, nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize); and Harlowe (developed under the mentorship of Sarah Ruhl, winner of the Alec Baldwin Fellowship at Singers Forum, workshopped at the Gulfshore Playhouse and FAU’s TheatreLab, Finalist for the 2015 Humanitas/CTG Playwriting Prize).
Jenny is a teaching artist with the Playwrights Project and UCSD. Her dramatic writing is represented by Amy Wagner of Abrams Artists Agency. Her poetry collection THE WORD FOR WHEN was published by Edizione INAUDITE, and her short fiction appears in such collections as Aberrant Tales, and Sisyphus Quarterly. She has written two Young Adult novels, and her fiction is represented by Katie Shea Boutillier of Donald Maass Literary Agency.
MFA: Columbia University; BA: Sarah Lawrence College.