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Jay Eddy

Jay Eddy

Jay Eddy  is a writer, composer, and performer. Their semi-solo show Driving in Circles won the Richard Rodgers Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as well as the Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award and Musical Theatre Award, both from the Kennedy Center. The Gull, their musical adaptation of Chekov’s Чайка also won the Kennedy Center’s Musical Theatre Award. They are a current New Jewish Culture Fellow and a recent New Harmony and Yaddo resident, Jonathan Larson Grant finalist, New York Foundation for the Arts and Connecticut Office of the Arts fellow. Their work for the stage has been called, “Bracingly original, astonishingly resourceful, and daringly theatrical,” and, “a joy to listen to…a beautiful tapestry of sound.” As a performer, they’ve been called, “Kate McKinnon on a cocaine bender.” MFA in Playwriting at Boston University, MA in Music Theatre from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.