Jenna Worsham (Director)
Jenna Worsham: Stage Director and Activist. Broadway: The Parisian Woman by Beau Willimon (Associate Director to Pam MacKinnon); The Heidi Chronicles (Associate Director); Picnic (SDC Fellowship). Off Broadway/Regional: Agnes by Catya McMullen (upcoming at 59E59 Theaters); Dear by Lily Houghton (MCC, PlayLab Series); Blue Ridge by Abby Rosebrock (Williamstown Theatre Festival); The Siblings Play by Ren Dara Santiago (Cherry Lane); Street Children by Pia Scala-Zankel (New Ohio Theatre, NY Times Critics’ Pick); Gun Country (Houses on the Moon Theater, A.R.T/New York); The First Immigrant by Martyna Majok (Williamstown); East Coast Curriculum by Lucy Thurber (Lee Strasberg Institute); Invincible Ones by Samantha Cooper (Signature Center/Columbia); Have You Been There by Emily Zemba (Rattlestick); Here to Be Seen: Stories from Women in the System (featuring a cast of formerly incarcerated women, commissioned by the Brooklyn DA); Kids by Daniel Talbott (IRT); The Vagina Monologues for Taconic Prison. She has developed work and directed workshops for The Public, MCC Theater, Labyrinth, EST/Youngblood, Playwrights Horizons, MTC, Primary Stages, The Atlantic Theater, The Drama League and Playmakers Rep, among others. Jenna is the recipient of a Drama League & Boris Sagal Directing Fellowship (Williamstown), a Jonathan Alper Directing Fellowship (MTC), two SDC Foundation Observerships, and a member of the The Actors Studio Directors Unit, the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab, and an Affiliated Artist of New Georges. In 2014, Jenna co-founded Creative Solutions, a residency program at SPACE on Ryder Farm for arts activists and human rights advocates.