Jennifer Kidwell

Jennifer Kidwell

Jennifer Kidwell is a performing artist. Recent projects – Underground Railroad Game (FringeArts, Ars Nova fall 2016), Antigone (The Wilma Theater), I Understand Everything Better (David Neumann/advanced beginner group), Demolishing Everything with Amazing Speed (Dan Hurlin), I Promised Myself to Live Faster and 99 Break-Ups (Pig Iron Theatre Company), Dick's Last Stand (Whitney Biennial 2014, as Donelle Woolford), Zinnias: the Life of Clementine Hunter (Robert Wilson/Toshi Reagon/Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon). She has also had the opportunity to work with The Public Theater, 600 Highwaymen & Hoi Polloi (NYC) as well as Orbiter 3 and The Bearded Ladies Cabaret (Philly). She is a co-artistic director of the theater company Lightning Rod Special as well as a Wilma Theatre Associated Artist (Philadelphia) and a co-founder of JACK (Brooklyn). Her writing has been published in movement research Performance Journal #45 and hyperallergic.com. In 2013 she was awarded the TCG/Fox Resident Actor Fellowship (with PITC) and is a 2016 Pew Fellow.