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Ken Jones

Ken Jones

Ken Jones is a member of the Dramatist Guild of America and the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.   He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre from the University of Florida, a Master of Fine Arts degree in Playwriting from the University of Virginia and continued on to graduate in Playwriting from the Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University.  Jones participated in the Warner Bros. Television Writer’s Workshop and went to serve as the head of Development for Lightpoint Entertainment at Disney/MGM Studios.  Jones began his playwriting career with a production of his play, A RED EAGLE FALLING, produced at the Writer’s Theatre in New York City by the Project III Ensemble. This was followed by the Denver Center Theatre Company’s production of his play, DARKSIDE, which was chosen as TIME Magazine’s Critic Choice. DARKSIDE was also awarded the Delauney Playwriting Award, the Denver Prima facie Award, and the POST-Corbett Award. Jones has had over 400 productions of his 27 produced plays, with 9 published, 5 CD’s and listings in several anthologies and monologue books.  In addition to the awards mentioned, he has received a Telly Award, a Communicator’s Award, and the Post-Corbett award for Best Literary Artist, the Dupont Fellowship, the Kentucky Commonwealth Theatre Award, the Kentucky Playwright’s Award, the Trailblazer Award, seven Acclaim Awards and an Emmy nomination. 


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