Jessie Field

Jessie Field

Jessie Field (she/her) is an award-winning queer NYC playwright and director. She has written book and/or lyrics for numerous projects including "Charlotte Lucas is 27 and Not Dead" (Winner: Musicals Now Competition, O’Neill NMTC Semi-Finalist, SDSU Semi-Finalist), "Madam President" (workshopped at the New Musicals Lab at Ferguson Center), "Ren Faire" (being developed with Theatre...
Jessie Field (she/her) is an award-winning queer NYC playwright and director. She has written book and/or lyrics for numerous projects including "Charlotte Lucas is 27 and Not Dead" (Winner: Musicals Now Competition, O’Neill NMTC Semi-Finalist, SDSU Semi-Finalist), "Madam President" (workshopped at the New Musicals Lab at Ferguson Center), "Ren Faire" (being developed with Theatre Now), "La Maupin" (Winner: 2018 International MUT Competition, Winner: Audience Favorite – 2017 Fresh Fruit Festival) and "Rachel" (2018 JDT Lab Selection, Winner: Outstanding Musical – 2015 Fresh Fruit Festival, 2013 Harold and Mimi Steinberg Prize for Best Original Play). Jessie has also written short play "Too Much Lesbian Drama: One Star" which is being presented in the Samuel French 2022 OOB Short Play Festival, and TYA play "To The West", which was a finalist in the Growing Stage’s New Play Reading Festival and the school play at Randolph High. Jessie is a co-creator (with James Salem) of the musical webseries “Is This Art Now?” and she earned her MFA at NYU Tisch’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.