RACHEL JENDRZEJEWSKI is a writer and interdisciplinary artist who works throughout the U.S. and internationally, most often investigating awareness, embodied experience, and the complexities of “community.” She frequently collaborates with dancers, visual artists, musicians, fellow writers, and alleged non-artists to explore new performative vocabularies. Her works have been developed and/or presented by the Walker Art Center, Red Eye Theater, Public Functionary, In the Heart of the Beast, Padua Playwrights, The Wild Project, Playwrights’ Horizons, Trinity Rep, A.R.T., and ICA/Boston, among others. Honors include a Playwrights’ Center McKnight Fellowship, Jerome Fellowship, and Core Writer Residency; residencies at the University of Minnesota Institute for Advanced Study and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA); and project support from the Network of Ensemble Theaters, Minnesota State Arts Board, and Foundation for Contemporary Arts. MFA Playwriting, Brown University.
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