CARSEN JOENK - DIRECTOR, SOUND DESIGNER
Carsen J. Joenk is a director, sound designer, and Brooklyn based Chicagoan. As a theatremaker and story-teller, Carsen is interested in both new plays and adaptations. She is a sucker for ensemble-driven work and dance numbers. Carsen is intrigued by morality, history, pop music, translation, trash, and glitter.
Select directing projects: Judy Doomed Us All (Rat Queen), Unboxing (Dixon Place), The Election (EST/Youngblood), Jimmy and the Doctor (Brunch Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (Women's Naked Shakespeare), Trout Stanley (The Melancholy Players), among others
Select sound: Peace for Mary Frances (asst. The New Group), Dream Season: Two Plays in Rep (Spicy Witch), Ribbon About a Bomb (Exquisite Corpse Co.), Restaurant in D Major (Two-Headed Rep), and What the Constitution Means to Me (asst. Clubbed Thumb).
Carsen has been an intern at the LARK and New York Theatre Workshop and is currently a teaching artist with Wingspan Arts. BA: Sarah Lawrence College. Check her out at: www.carsen-jewell-joenk.com