Jordan Ealey is a second-year MA student in Theatre and Performance Studies. Her research interests are in Black Theatre and Performance with an emphasis on Black Musical Theatre, Black Feminism, and American popular culture. Her thesis project is on Black women in musical theatre, specifically looking at the play, The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin by Kirsten Childs. As a proud artist-scholar, Jordan is a playwright whose works center the lived experiences of African American women.
BA, Theatre/English, Wesleyan College, Macon, GA
Areas of Specialization/Interest:
Black Theatre and Performance, Black Feminism, American Popular Culture
"'Baby, I am shedding my chameleon skin': Bubbly Black Girl As a Black Feminist Intervention," National Women's Studies Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 2018.
I've Been A Woman, directed by Leticia Ridley. Second Season: Cafritz Theatre, University of Maryland, College Park. April 2019.
-Page to Stage Festival: Kennedy Center, September 2018.