jacqueline goldfinger - playwright, dramaturg
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Jacqueline Goldfinger (she/they) is a playwright and dramaturg. She co-founded The Foundry @ PlayPenn and curates Page By Page, a monthly resource for new play makers.
She teaches playwriting and drmaturgy in the MFA Theater Program at Temple University. She is an Affiliated Artist at New Georges and The Lark Playwright’s Center. She is a member of the writers’ labs at The Barrow Group and Azuka Theatre.
She won the Yale Drama Prize, Smith Prize, Generations Award, Brown Martin Award, Barrymore Award, and Philadelphia Critics Award. She was a Finalist at the 2018 International Book Awards. Her plays have been on The Kilroy’s List.
Her work has been developed and/or produced by theaters including: The National Theatre/London, Wilma Theatre, The Kennedy Center, La MaMa, Disquiet/Lisbon, Florida Studio Theatre, Orlando Shakespeare, Kansas City Rep, Perseverance Theatre, Capital Stage Company, The Seattle Public, Manhattan Theatre Works, and the NYC International Fringe Festival.
She is currently adapting Madeline L’Engle’s work for the stage and working on newly commissioned plays for the Arden Theater and the Wilma Theater. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild and LMDA. She is represented by The Gurman Agency. For more information: www.jacquelinegoldfinger.com