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Jane Anderson

Jane Anderson

Jane Anderson’s plays have been produced Off-Broadway and in theaters around the country, including Actors Theater of Louisville, Arena Stage, Williamstown, The McCarter Theater, Long Wharf, and The Pasadena Playhouse. Plays include: The Quality of Life (2008 Ovation Award, Best New Play), Looking for Normal (2001 Ovation Award, Best New Play), The Baby Dance, Defying Gravity, Food & Shelter, Tough Choices for the New Century, Lynette at 3AM, and The Last Time We Saw Her. Her most recent play, The Escort (nominated for an LA Drama Critics Circle Award) was commissioned by the Geffen Playhouse and had its premiere in 2011. Works written and directed for film and television: The Prizewinner of Defiance Ohio; Normal (Emmy nominations for best writing, directing and best made-for-TV film, three Golden Globe nominations and Director’s Guild and Writer’s Guild nominations for best directing and writing); When Billie Beat Bobby; The Baby Dance (Peabody Award, a Golden Globe nomination and three Emmy nominations for best writing, directing and made-for-TV film); the first segment of If These Walls Could Talk II, starring Vanessa Redgrave (Emmy nomination for best writing). She wrote The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom for which she received an Emmy, a Penn Award and Writers Guild Award for best teleplay. Her other screenwriting credits include: How to Make An American Quilit and It Could Happen to Your.


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