Rachel Jendrzejewski moved to Minneapolis as a Playwrights’ Center Jerome Fellow in 2011. She frequently works with choreographers, musicians, visual artists, fellow writers, and alleged non-artists to explore new collaborative vocabularies. Her plays and performance texts have been produced by the Walker Art Center, Red Eye Theater, Public Functionary, Padua Playwrights, Wild Project, and ICA/Boston, among others. In 2016, her play encyclopedia was published by Spout Press. Honors include a Playwrights’ Center Core Writer Residency, a MASS MoCA Residency, and grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board, Network of Ensemble Theaters, and Foundation for Contemporary Arts. MFA Playwriting, Brown University. Learn more at rachelka.com and support her work at patreon.com/rachelka.
Rachel Jendrzejewski's latest collaborative project, In Which _______ and Others Discovers the End, is unfolding at Public Functionary in Northeast Minneapolis with six FREE performances March 27-April 4, 2015. Details HERE.
Rachel Jendrzejewski's play Amber will be published in a new anthology from Padua Playwrights called I Might Be the Person You Are Talking To: Short Plays from the Los Angeles Underground in early 2015.