Jenny Seastone

Jenny Seastone is visual artist and actor. She will receive her MFA in June 2017 from City College’s DIAP program where she was nominated for the Dedalus Foundation Fellowship, received two Connor Merit Awards, and one Connor Study Abroad Grant for a summer residency in Puebla, Mexico. Jenny has had her work shown at Uncanny Valley, Dixon Place, at the New York Indie Theater Film Festival, and twice at the CG Gallery. As a performer, Jenny won a 2014 New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role for The Gin Baby. She has performed proudly for Julia Jarcho/Minor Theater in Grimly Handsome, Nomads, Dreamless Land, and American Treasure. Other selected performances include North Atlantic with The Wooster Group; Daniel Fish’s A (Radically Condensed and Expanded) Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again at the Chocolate Factory, Under The Radar at the Public Theatre and ArtsEmerson; Our Planet at The Japan Society for Alec Duffy; Blood Play with The Debate Society; and Goldor $ Mythyka with New Georges. Selected Film includes Hal Hartley’s The Girl From Monday, Meanwhile, and Ned Rifle. On TV she was seen in Over/Under. Jenny is a member of Minor Theater, Partial Comfort Productions and is an affiliated artist of New Georges. As a maker of theater, she made Tea With The Twins; or, the end of the world with Normandy Sherwood at The Incubator, and dance pieces at Danspace Project, Dixon Place, and elsewhere. Jenny is the founder of the OBIE award winning performance series Catch. Jenny was born and is based in New York City.