Jenny Rachel Weiner was the 2016/2017 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence at the Roundabout Theatre, where she is an Associate Artist. Select plays include: “diventare” (The Harold & Mimi Steinberg National Student Playwriting Award), “Horse Girls” (which continues to be performed around the world, notably New York, Chicago, Seattle, and London; published by Samuel French), “Jason&Julia” (Williamstown Theatre Festival Workshop Production, Wyoming Theatre Festival Reading, City Theatre of Pittsburgh Reading), “Stagedream” (co-written with Lee Overtree, production at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School), “Kingdom Come” (Roundabout Underground Production Off-Broadway directed by Kip Fagan; published by Samuel French), “Part & Parcel” (Perry Mansfield Theatre Festival, Finalist for the Blue Ink Playwriting Award, Recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for Comedic Playwriting), “Damsels” (developed at Space on Ryder Farm, Williamstown Theatre Festival Sagal Fellowship Workshop Production 2018, finalist for Theater J’s 2021 Patty Abramson Prize),”I’ll Get You, My Pretty” (Residency and Workshop with the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance). Jenny is under commission by Roundabout Theatre Company and Manhattan Theatre Club and has developed plays with O’Neill Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Northlight Theatre, The Lark, Primary Stages, and Space on Ryder Farm, where she was a member of the 2019 Working Farm, and a 2020 Season Extension Resident. Jenny wrote a movie for Universal Studios entitled “Who Invited Her” produced by Bruna Papandrea and Gary Foster, she developed and wrote a pilot for FX starring Kate Upton called “Fame Whore,” and wrote an original movie for Jennifer Lawrence with her company Excellent Cadaver and Makeready Productions called “Wellness Warrior.” She is currently writing a comedy series for Audible with Elizabeth Banks’ company Brownstone Productions called “Fugly,” adapting her play “Stagedream” into a television series for Amazon Studios with Field Trip Productions, is writing a movie based on the book “A Ladies Guide to Selling Out” with Meg Ryan, Gary Foster, and Kim Hodgert for Netflix, as well as writing an original television show called “Mule” with Prentice Penny and A Penny For Your Thoughts Productions for Onyx at Hulu. BFA: Boston University; MFA: Fordham University. In 2018, Jenny graduated from the Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program at The Juilliard School.