Nellie Tinder

makes plays and performance created by Julia May Jonas.

Julia May Jonas is a multidisciplinary artist and writer. She is the author of the cycle All Long True American Stories, five new works inspired by five canonical male-experience plays. The ALTAS plays are: A Woman Among Women, We Used to Wear Bonnets & Get High All the Time, Problems Between Sisters, In Which Kim Sparrow Falls Prey to Unfortunate Circumstances, and Untitled Zoo Story Project (Autosaved).

Jonas’ other plays include Time & Motivation for Fitness, Your Own Personal Exegesis, Michigan Murders, Evelyn, Emily Climbs (Machine Méchant), Take Heart, and For Artists Only.

Her work has been presented/developed with The Bushwick Starr, New Georges, Ars Nova, Target Margin, PRELUDE, Playwrights Horizons Theater School, Incubator Arts Center, BRIC, HERE Arts Center, The Great Plains Theatre Conference, Montclair State New Works Initiative, North American Culture Laboratory, JKB Theater at Skidmore College, The Brick Theater, Dixon Place, TerraNova, and others.

Julia lives in NYC and teaches at Skidmore College.

For Nellie Tinder news or questions, write to julia@nellietinder.org.

Nellie Tinder is Art. Appropriate & Instructive.