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Jeremy Stoller

Job Title: Dramaturg
Organization affiliation:

Freelance

Location: New York, NY
Member since: 2013
Education:

B.A., Drew University
Major: English
Minors: Theater Arts, Creative Writing

Western Michigan University
Playwriting Workshop, Prague Summer Program: Charles Smith, Lisa Dillman

Elevator Repair Service
Choreography + Text Workshop: Translating Source Material into Performance, devised theater

Biography:

Jeremy is a freelance dramaturg based in New York. Dramaturg on the world premieres of Ken Urban's A Guide for the Homesick (Huntington) and Nibbler (Rattlestick, Paper Canoe's Light at Triskelion Arts; and Thomas Choinacky and John Jarboe's Beaut and R. Eric Thomas's Will You Accept This Friend Request?, both at First Person Arts Festival. He currently serves as Director of New Work for Keen Company and Resident Dramaturg for Jewish Plays Project. Additional dramaturgy/literary work with 59E59, Crashbox, Disney Theatrical, The Flea, George Street Playhouse, Luna Stage, Musical Theatre Factory, PlayPenn, terraNOVA Collective, Working Theater.

He founded The Dramaturgy Open Office Hour Project, which has been sharing resources with artists in cities around North America since 2014, and was profiled in American Theatre magazine. From 2010-13, he served as Literary Manager at Two River Theater. Script reader: American Playwriting Foundation, Page 73, Playwrights' Center, Sundance Theater Institute, Woolly Mammoth. BA, Drew University. Co-founding member of Beehive Dramaturgy Studio.

Areas of Expertise:

straight plays, musicals, solo performance, devised work, dance, cross-disciplinary collaboration, literary management, research, building relationships with artists and institutions, community engagement

I appreciate the opportunity to bring my sense of craft, form, and narrative to all sorts of collaborations, and to finding the ways all three are relevant in a variety of different art forms. I also believe that my work as a dramaturg and champion of new work extends to bringing the work into conversation with audiences--i.e., finding artistic partners to produce the work, providing relevant contextualization for the audience, creating opportunities for interaction with and among viewers, participants, and other artists.

Languages Spoken:

English

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