Dan Lauria

Nine O’clock Players Theatre for Children (ALSC)

The Writers Group

Sharon L. Graine

Robin Lithgow

Beverly Sanders

Estherleon Schwartz

Jenny Sullivan

Penelope Torribio

Gloria Watts

Lisa Wolpe

Rachael Worby

JENNY SULLIVAN, Los Angeles native, has worked in theatre as actress and now as director for 30 years. Highlights of directing work in the L.A. area: Pasadena Playhouse premiere production of Jane Anderson’s The Baby Dance which subsequently moved to Williamstown, Long Wharf Theatre (Connecticut Critics’ award) and the Lucille Lortel Theatre Off-Broadway; a glorious year and a half directing all the women of Vagina Monologues; Ad Wars with David Dukes and Stephanie Zimbalist; The Cat’s Meow; Flags; A Mother, a Daughter and a Gun; Bicoastal Woman with Susan Clark and Chloe Webb; Very Truly Yours; Wish Fulfillment (Act One Festival); The Awful Grace of God - Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy and numerous radio plays for L. A. Theatre Works.

Some regional credits: 9 seasons at Rubicon Theatre and 6 seasons of new plays at Williamstown Theatre Festival. As a member of AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women, Jenny directed two films: Access All Areas (Filmex) and The Next Best Thing (in which she had the good fortune to direct her father, Barry).

Currently she’s prepping The Clean House for Santa Barbara’s Ensemble Theatre and You Can’t Take It With You for Ventura’s Rubicon Theatre. In 2008 Jenny’s work can be seen at the Falcon Theatre where she stages The Memoirs of Abraham Lincoln. She’s also developing a theatre piece based on Lorraine Serena’s international arts project Women Beyond Borders. Jenny’s most proud of writing and acting in her acclaimed autobiographical play, J for J, which starred the late, great John Ritter.