Jacqui Parker

Jacqui Parker previously appeared in Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration (2009), Gem of the Ocean (2004), and Breath, Boom (2003) at the Huntington. She is a playwright, a director, an Elliot Norton Award-winning actor, and a six-time recipient of the Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Award, as well as a recipient of the 2004 Boston Theatre Hero Award given by StageSource. In addition to being a 2007-09 Huntington Playwriting Fellow, she is the Artistic Director of the Our Place Theatre Project and the founder of Boston’s annual African American Theatre Festival. Her play Dark As A Thousand Midnights won an IRNE Award for Best Play. Both Dark as a Thousand Midnights and her play Feathers on my Arms ... Zora Neale Flying High premiered at the African American Theatre Festival at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion. Her play Jeanie Don’t Sing No Mo’ was read as part of the Huntington’s 2009 Breaking Ground Festival of New Work

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