Moving Arts MADlab 2023 Playwright
Jennifer Bobiwash is an Anishnaabe actor, writer and all around Jen-of-all-trades. She grew up in Robinson Huron Treaty Territory and is a proud member of Mississauga #8 First Nation. Jennifer work has been read at Native Voices, American Indian House, L.A. Female Playwright’s Intiative. She is part of The Vagrancy Blossoming writers group was a Season 21 Volt lab writer with Boston’s Company One Theatre and a past Artist in Residence at Thurgood Marshall College at UC San Diego. As a theater actor, her credits include World Premieres at Perseverance Theater, Native Voices at the Autry and La Jolla Playhouse, as well as Yale Rep and on Tour in Northern Alaska. TV credits include : The Power, Magnum P.I and Rutherford Falls. Jennifer’s directing credits have been limited to short play readings for LA Female Playwrights Initiative and Little Fish Theater. With a passion for new media, she is on all the socials commenting about cultural appropriation, language and pop culture and how it relates to Indigenous Identity. Currently, she is working on a tv pilot about dystopian history of North America as well as being a teaching artist trying to figure out who can tell a story.