Rachel Jendrzejewski

Playwright, Interdisciplinary Performance Maker, Red Eye Co-Artistic Director

Rachel Jendrzejewski (she/her/hers) is a writer, performance maker, and arts administrator who collaborates on work across the U.S. and internationally. Honors include Playwrights’ Center Jerome and McKnight Fellowships, as well as grants from the Dramatists Guild Foundation, PEN America, and Network of Ensemble Theaters, among others. She is currently a Core Writer at the Playwrights' Center. She has served on staff at Cornerstone Theater Company (LAX), The Grotowski Institute (PL), and Upstream Arts (MSP). MFA Playwriting, Brown University.

Red Eye Theater's seven artistic directors.
Collective Leadership
Essay

Collective Leadership

A Conversation with Red Eye’s Artistic Directors

1 April 2021

The co–artistic directors of Red Eye Theater in Minneapolis talk about shifting to a collaborate leadership model with a horizontal structure and consensus-based process, backdooring their way into traditional funding structures and resources, and more.

A teapot.
The Movement Between Us, or 2000 Miles From the Teapot
Essay

The Movement Between Us, or 2000 Miles From the Teapot

1 October 2013

I think about paradoxical needs this experience embodies—for community and solitude; structures and flexibility; stability and change—and the need for all of it, simultaneously, in our lives, our practices, our field.