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Jacqueline Goldfinger

Jacqueline Goldfinger (A Wind in the Door) is an Affiliated Artist at New Georges, National New Play Network, Lark Playwrights Center, and BMI Bookwriting Workshop. She won the Yale Drama Prize, Smith Prize, Generations Award, Brown Martin Award, Barrymore Award, and OPERA America Discovery Award (with Composer Melissa Dunphy). Her plays have been on The Kilroy’s List. She’s been a Finalist for the LAMBDA Literary Award, Beth Henley Award, Woodward-Newman Award, and received a Special Citation from the Terrence McNally Award. Her theatrical works have been produced at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, BBC 3 Radio (UK), Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Voces8 (UK), Gate Theatre (New Zealand), Oberlin Opera, St. Martin in the Fields (UK), Decameron Opera Coalition, Hangar Theatre, Theatre Exile, Resonance Works, Amuse Singers, NYC International Fringe, and others. Her work has been developed at The National Theater (UK), McCarter Theatre, Disquiet (Portugal), Wilma Theatre, New Georges, and others. Her work has been supported by YADDO, National Endowment for the Arts, Millay Colony, The Orchard Project, Drama League, Granada Artist Residency, Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, among others. Her work is published by Routledge, Yale Press, Edition Peters, Concord Theatricals (formerly Samuel French), and others. In 2019, she was awarded a Special Citation for Teaching and Mentoring by LMDA. In 2021, her book Playwriting with Purpose: A Guide and Workbook for New Playwrights was published by Routledge. In 2022, her new book, Writing Adaptations and Translations for the Stage, co-authored by Allison Horsley will be released by Routledge. For more information:


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