Jessica Huang
she, her, hers
Affiliated Writer
New York, NY

Jessica Huang is a playwright based in New York, from Minnesota. She is the inaugural recipient of the 4 Seasons Residency; the 2019 resident playwright at Chance Theater; a 2018 MacDowell Fellow; and a three-time Playwrights’ Center Fellow. Her work includes The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin (2018 Barry and Bernice Stavis Award, 2017 Kilroy’s List), Mother of Exiles (2020 Rosa Parks Playwriting Award, 2020 Paul Stephen Lim Playwriting Award, 2020 Kendeda Prize Finalist), Transmissions in Advance of the Second Great Dying, and Purple Cloud. She has commissions with Manhattan Theatre Club, TimeLine Theatre Company, Audible, Theater Masters, History Theatre, and Theater Mu. Her work has been seen or read at New York Stage and Film, The New Group, Atlantic Theater Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Old Globe, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Mixed Blood Theatre, The Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists, The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, The Minnesota Museum of American Art, Yellow Earth Theatre, and more. She has received awards from the Sloan Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, and the Minnesota State Arts Board. Jessica co-founded and co-directs Other Tiger Productions, a theatrical production company with a mission to pursue multidisciplinary collaborations, intentional inclusivity and a re-examination of traditional theater practices. She has been a member of the Civilians R&D Group, Page 73's Interstate 73 and Ars Nova Play Group. She is a graduate of the Playwrights Program at Juilliard. 

Agent Information


Max Grossman
A3 Artists Agency
(646) 486-4600 


Kasey Muraszko & Antoni Kaczmarek
A3 Artists Agency
(310) 859-0625 


Samantha Starr
Circle of Confusion
(310) 691-7000


Jessica Huang's play Mother of Exiles will appear in NNPN's 19th Annual National Showcase of New Plays. The 2020 Showcase will take place virtually from November 19-22. Read the announcement here.

JESSICA HUANG announced as a Semifinalist for 2021 Page 73 Playwriting Fellowship. Full announcement here.

The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin, developed at the Playwrights' Center, will be produced at Indiana Repertory Theatre from March 25 - April 19, 2020!