JENNIFER ROHN (Bella) received a 2019 Elliot Norton Award for her performance in Dark Room (Bridge Repertory Theater) in Boston. She began her professional career appearing in numerous productions created by renowned experimental theater director Robert Wilson. Rohn appeared on Broadway in The Kentucky Cycle (Royale Theatre) and The Crucible (Virginia Theatre) and several Off-Broadway productions including Love’s Fire and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (The Public Theater), Romeo and Juliet (The New Victory Theater), The CIVIL warS (Brooklyn Academy of Music), Another Person is a Foreign Country (Anne Bogart, director/En Garde Arts). Her regional theater credits are extensive and include work for The American Repertory Theater, The Huntington, The Guthrie Theater, The Cleveland Play House, The Kennedy Center, The Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Philadelphia Theatre Company and The Dallas Theater Center. She toured Europe with Hamletmachine and appeared at La Scala in Salome (Robert Wilson, director) and at The Barbican Centre in Love’s Fire (Mark Lamos, director). She has appeared in several television commercials, Law and Order, American Playhouse and the film Crossing the Atlantic. She teaches at Bennington College.
2020 Tony Award Nominee for Best Play! In the seventeen years since she was last published, novelist Bella Baird has almost completely isolated herself from the world. But things change when she meets Christopher – a brilliant but enigmatic student …
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