Jordan Elizabeth Henry
Jordan Elizabeth Henry is a playwright currently living and working in Tennessee. Her short plays have been produced throughout North America, most notably in Austin, Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Toronto, and Vancouver, B.C. In 2018, she was involved in the group Code Red: Playwrights, a collective of playwrights creating short plays to remember the lives taken by gun violence in the United States.
LIST OF PLAYS
To see a full list of her plays, visit Jordan’s page on the New Play Exchange.
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|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|A Different Sense of Place - Rohini||Jordan Elizabeth Henry||
Rohini watches her infant daughter sleep after a violent attack at her workplace.
|Barriers - Francisca||Jordan Elizabeth Henry||
Francisca searches for her daughter, who was removed from her at the border.
|Crazy Happy Noise - T||Jordan Elizabeth Henry||
T remembers their father, who was murdered during the Damageplan Show Shooting.
|Sufficiently White - Mariko||Jordan Elizabeth Henry||
Mariko reflects on her family's history as she prepares her valedictorian graduation speech.