Jane Elias is an actor, writer, and teaching artist based in Brooklyn. Recent credits: Audrey in As You Like It (Theater at Woodshill), Max Mondi’s Personhood (Columbia University), and the New York premiere of Arlene Hutton’s Letters to Sala. Jane’s play Baby Steps was a finalist for the City Theatre National Award for Short Playwriting and the Heideman Award, and her play Girl Is Mine is a nominee for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Jane’s solo play Do This One Thing for Me, which debuted in the 2013 EstroGenius Festival, will be presented in October 2018 by the New York International Fringe Festival. BA, English: Duke. MFA, creative writing—poetry: NYU. Acting training: Michael Howard Studios, Larry Singer Studios, The Barrow Group. Proud 2018 graduate of the Teaching Artist Project. janeelias.weebly.com. DoThisOneThingforMe.com
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