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Jordan Harrison

Jordan Harrison was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for Marjorie Prime, which premiered at the Mark Taper Forum and had its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons. A film adaptation by Michael Almereyda debuted at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Harrison’s other plays include The Amateurs (Vineyard Theatre), Maple and Vine (Playwrights Horizons), The Grown-Up (Humana Festival), Amazons and their Men (Clubbed Thumb), Doris to Darlene, a cautionary valentine (Playwrights Horizons), Act a Lady (Portland Center Stage), Finn in the Underworld (Berkeley Rep), Futura (NAATCO), Kid-Simple (Humana Festival), The Museum Play (Washington Ensemble Theatre), and a children’s musical, The Flea and the Professor (Arden Theatre). Harrison is the recipient of the Horton Foote Prize, Guggenheim and Hodder Fellowships, the Kesselring Prize, the Roe Green Award, the Heideman Award, Jerome and McKnight Fellowships, and a NEA/TCG Residency. A graduate of Stanford University and the Brown MFA program, he is an alumnus of New Dramatists. Harrison has developed TV series for Sundance and TNT, and wrote for three seasons of Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black.”



Footnote: LGBTQ Roundtable on Community

How do you define your community? In a discussion about LGBTQ community and identity — and the power of art — we spoke with a group of experts to explore the themes and ideas raised in Log Cabin.


From the Artistic Director: Log Cabin

Log Cabin owes a bit of debt to the plays that precede it, while also standing as a sterling, singular achievement from this superb, inexhaustibly adventurous, curious playwrights.


Backstory: Log Cabin

The last decade has seen an astonishing enfranchisement and mainstream acceptance of homosexuals, but the transgender community continues to face acute marginalization and antipathy.
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