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Jayne Benjulian

Jayne Benjulian writes essays about theatre, poetry, and the cultural impact of artists on each other. Her essays, reviews, and journalism appear in Money, Ms., The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The California Journal of Women Writers and HowlRound [see http://howlround.com/playwrights-collaborators-or-contractors and http://howlround.com/the-dramaturgy-of-audience-jayne-benjulian-goes-to-the-theater-as-a-civilian]. She coaches and edits manuscripts by early career writers. Her poems have been published in numerous journals, including Poet Lore, Agni, Barrow Street, The Seattle Review, The Delaware Poetry Review and Spillway. New poems are forthcoming in Women’s Review of Books and the anthology Writing Fire

Jeff Zinn
Essay

Jeff Zinn

The Existential Actor

20 June 2015

Jayne Benjulian sits down with director and actor, and now, author, Jeff Zinn, to talk about acting and his new book The Existential Actor.

The Dramaturgy of Audience
Essay

The Dramaturgy of Audience

Jayne Benjulian goes to the Theater as a Civilian

10 July 2013
The cover of Theresa Rebeck's book "Free Fire Zone."
Playwrights
Essay

Playwrights

Collaborators or Contractors?

30 March 2011

Jayne Benjulian considers the rightful place of a playwright in the rehearsal room as the executive producer of his or her own work.