Jennifer Schlueter

Affiliated Faculty

Jennifer Schlueter is a scholar and an artist. She is the author of the plays NorthLittle Book, Annelie in the Depths of the Night, Patience Worth and Don Quixote: A Pilgrimage, which have been staged in London, Chicago, Seattle, Lexington and Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters, and broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Her essays and scholarship have appeared in Dramatists Magazine, TDR, Theatre Journal and Theatre Survey, as well as several edited collections.

Her awards and honors include ASTR's Gerald Kahan Award, as well as two major teaching and advising awards—Ohio State's Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching (2014) and Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentor Award (2014). She has taught at The Ohio State University since 2010, where she is associate chair for curriculum in the Department of Theatre, as well as director and founder of The Lab Series, a student-driven, department-nurtured performance series focused on new work development at Ohio State. She is a frequent collaborator with Available Light Theatre and joint artistic director of the for/word company.

Schlueter's bio from the Department of Theatre

Areas of Expertise
  • Creative writing (playwriting)
  • Popular culture
  • PhD, Theatre, The Ohio State University, 2007
  • BA, Theatre, Truman State University, 1995

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