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Issue One: Catch As Catch Can
Jesse Jae Hoon
November 20, 2022
Jesse Jae Hoon

Jesse Jae Hoon is a playwright, actor, and organizer whose work combines raucous comedy with a deeply felt sense of urgency to investigate power, class, hope, and our responsibility to the collective good. Plays include Somebody is Looking Back At Me (aka “SILBAM”), Dong Xuan Center (2022 Princess Grace Fellowship Finalist, 2019 O'Neill NPC Finalist), On the Clock, I've Got A Sinking Feeling in the Pit of My Stomach, The House of Billy Paul, Emergency Wine & Cheese Fundraiser of the Amagansett Democrats’ Association (2022 O'Neill NPC Semifinalist), and 12 Chairs. Short plays include Chicken is Condemned to be Free and I'm Going To Make an Academy Award®-Winning Movie. CRNY Resident Artist at Ma-Yi Theater Company (Artist Employment Program); 2022-2023 Writing Fellow at Playwrights Realm; commission from Theater J; 2022 semifinalist, Clubbed Thumb Biennial Commission; inaugural member, Orchard Project Adaptation Lab; member, The TANK NYC's LIT Council, Page Break. MFA in Playwriting from Hunter College, BFA in Drama from NYU Tisch (Playwrights Horizons). Organizer with Democratic Socialists of America and Equity Next. jessejaehoon.com / @jessejaehoon

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