photo by Peter Konerko

Jennie Webb
is an independent writer and playwright who has published numerous articles on a broad range of subjects in newspapers including The Los Angeles Times, national magazines and entertainment journals, and columns for a lifestyle glossy and an alternative Southern California weekly. For a number of years, Jennie worked as an arts writer and theater critic, most recently for Backstage and KCRW-FM, Southern California’s premier NPR affiliate.

She has been a guest lecturer at colleges and universities across the country, and currently runs dramaturgy workshops and serves as a professional dramaturg.  She has also written a variety of web content, e-learning courses, brochures, newsletters, marketing collateral and print materials for major corporate clients as well as start-up companies.

Her work as a playwright has earned her support from Great Plains Theatre Conference, The Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis, The Road Theatre Summer Playwrights Festival, National Winter Playwrights Retreat, Little Black Dress INK and Moving Arts MADlab, among other organizations and programs.  She describes her playwriting style as “Domestic Absurdism.” (See Plays.)

Jennie is a recipient of a Women in Theatre Red Carpet Award for her advocacy and support of emerging writers and female artists. She is currently a resident playwright at Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum—where she created “Botanicum Seedlings: A Development Series for Playwrights“—and Rogue Machine Theatre; a member of the Playwrights UnionEST/LA Playwrights Unit, PlayGround-LA Writers Pool on the Artistic Committee for the Blank Theatre Living Room Series for new plays; and is co-founder and editor-at-large of the Los Angeles Female Playwrights Initiative (LA FPI).

She lives in Los Angeles with her drowsy musician husband and housecats Molly & Mick.

Beyond flattered by my fancy Artist Profile @ This Stage Magazine!

photo by Peter Konerko

Thanks so much to Daniela Zaccheo for this Q&A in Mason’s Road, an Online Literary Journal.

Mason's Road Issue 10— January, 2015

Issue 10— January, 2015

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