Great Plains Theatre Conference
Lindsay Joelle is a Chicago-born, NYC-based playwright and lyricist ignited by the stories that expand her world. Her plays include TREIF (2015 O’Neill NPC finalist, 2016 Jewish Plays Project Top 10 finalist, Sabes JCC Words@Work reading series, Hunter Playwrights Festival directed by May Adrales), The Trojan Woman (2016 O’Neill NPC semifinalist, Irving Zarkower Award and Anne Freedman grant recipient, UMass New Play Lab finalist), and A Small History of Amal by Amal, Age 7 (2014 O’Neill NPC finalist, ESPAdrills reading series at Primary Stages). Additional plays and musicals have been performed or developed at The Lark, Vital Theater, TADA! Youth Theater, and The New School for Drama MFA. Lindsay is an alumna of Columbia University, the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, and the Hunter playwriting MFA where she studied under the mentorship of Tina Howe, Arthur Kopit, John Baker, and Sam Hunter. www.Lindsayjoelle.com
Read about The Trojan Woman as part of the PlayLab (2016).
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