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Jacqueline Goldfinger

Jacqueline Goldfinger (A Wind in the Door) won the Yale Drama Prize, Smith Prize, Generations Award, Brown Martin Award, Barrymore Award, and Philadelphia Critics Award. Her plays have been produced at theaters including: Perseverance Theatre, The Court Theatre/New Zealand, Contemporary American Theatre Festival, Capital Stage Company, The Seattle Public, Theatre Exile, Unicorn Theatre, The Vortex, and the NYC International Fringe Festival, and developed at theaters including: New Georges/Off-Broadway, The National Theatre/London, Wilma Theatre, La MaMa, Disquiet/Lisbon, Kitchen Dog Theater, Sacred Fools, Orlando Shakes, and Kansas City Rep. Her choral librettos include Set Myself Free for Amuse Singers (NYC) and Halcyon Days for Voces8 (UK). She and Composer Melissa Dunphy are working on a new opera which will world premiere in 2023 at Oberlin Opera tentatively titled Alice Tierney. Her first educational text, Playwriting with Purpose: A Guide and Workbook for New Playwrights, will be published by Routledge in 2021.


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