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Jessica Dickey

(Playwright) Jessica Dickey is most known for her one woman show The Amish Project, which premiered at the New York Fringe before transferring to Cherry Lane and then opening at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater to great acclaim from audience and critics alike.  The Amish Project has gone on to be produced around the country and the world, and is published by Samuel French.  Jessica’s play Charles Ives Take Me Home is currently running at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (who nominated it for the Susan Blackburn Prize), for which Jessica was hailed as “a talent to watch”.  Charles Ives Take Me Home is already slated for the City Theatre in Pittsburgh next season.  Jessica was a Writer in Residence at the New Harmony Project for her new play about Civil War re-enactors, Row After Row, which had a production in Tucson and is slated for its official world premiere with the Women’s Project in NYC in 2014.  Jessica is also an actor, and most recently appeared in the Broadway production of Wit and the Barrow Street Theatre’s production Hit The Wall, as well as The Big C and several episodes of Law & Order.

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