Jody Christopherson: is a performer, writer and photographer living in New York. As a generative artist she creates and performs plays and events within the context of theater, film/new media and music. Most recently, her solo show Because You Are Good, which she devised and performed, based on interviews with Mabou Mines Associate Clove Galilee is curently nominated for a 2015 Innovative Theater Award. Ms. Christopherson is the writer/performer of the transmedia event The Skype Show or See You in August (a theaterical concert and live Skype call which is based on a true story about a cross continenal collaboration and quest for an artist visas) was presented by The New York International Fringe Festival (2013), Filmgate Miami, The Brick Theater and StoryCode (2014). Other works include the performance/photography/ sound installation with Dixon Place and Natalie Johnsonius Neubert Necessary Exposure: The Female Playwirght Project, the theatrical band Greencard Wedding, with Ryan McCurdy (upcoming concerts at Desmond’s and The Metropolitian Room) , Eschaton Cabaret (Dixon Place, Bowery Poetry Club), DIVE (Philadelphia Shakespeare Classical Cabaret) Like This (Winner of The Exquisite Corpse Film Festival NYC). As an actress credits include; Lincoln Center Film Society, The Kitchen, The Public Theater, Classic Stage Company, Actors Theater of Louisville, Nebraska Repertory, Performance Space122, The Bushwick Starr, Ensemble Studio Theater, Metropoitian Playhouse, Working Theater, and more. Additionally, Jody is the creator and Editor in Chief of the New York Theatre Review, an indie theater blog written for and by indie theater artists with over 1 million unique visits to date. She is a contributor to The Huffington Post, and has been a guest artist at The Orchard Project and Mason Gross School of the Arts. Member: Actors Equity Association, Dramatist Guild of America Ms. Christopherson and New York Theatre Review, in collaboration with John Issendorf are the recipients of The Lit Fund Community Resource Grant for The Indie Theater Guide, a listing guide for Indie Theater launching in Fall of 2015.