Jordan Seavey is a member of The Public Theater’s 2009 Emerging Writer’s Group and is co-founder and co-artistic director of theatre company CollaborationTown. Co-created with CTown: THE MOMENTUM (2010 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award Winner; upcoming at Emerging AmericaFestival, Boston), LET’S GO, TOWNVILLE, THE ASTRONOMER’S TRIANGLE (three New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations), and THE TRADING FLOOR. His other plays include WHO’S AFRAID OF GEORGE C. WOLFE?, THE FUNNY PAIN (reading at The Public Theater, dir. May Adrales), THE TRUTH WILL OUT (2010 finalist for the O’Neill Center National Playwrights Conference, developed at the New York Theatre Workshop, the Old Vic Theatre Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, and About Face Theatre), CHILDREN AT PLAY (CTown at The Living Theatre, dir. Scott Ebersold; two NYIT Award nominations; named one of The Advocate’s Top 10 LGBTQ Plays 2009; to be published by Playscripts), 6969 (CTown at 59E59 Theaters; three 2007 NYIT Awards), THIS IS A NEWSPAPER (FringeNYC Award, 2003), AMERICAN CHILD, and THE LONG DISTANCE. Residencies/fellowships include a 2010 MacDowell Colony residency, 2010 Artist-in-Residence with the New York Theatre Workshop at Dartmouth College, 2009 P73 Playwriting Fellowship semi-finalist, 2008 Lark Play Development Center/NYSAF retreat, 2003 Edward F. Albee Foundation residency, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Robert Wilson's Watermill Center. BFA, Theatre Studies, Boston University.