In this Master Class, Jill Rafson will teach you about:
- Developing New Work
- Working with Non-Profits
- What Non-Profits Look for in New Work
About Jill Rafson
Jill Rafson is the Associate Artistic Director for Roundabout Theatre Company. In addition to developing dozens of new works for Roundabout (including Stephen Karam’s Tony-winning The Humans, Ming Peiffer’s Drama Desk-nominated Usual Girls, and Adam Gwon/Michael Mitnick’s musical Scotland, PA), Jill has been a dramaturg for the O’Neill’s National Playwrights Conference, Collaboration Town, The Playwrights’ Center, Fault Line Theatre, and the Flea Theatre’s acclaimed 48-playwright epic reimagining of the Bible, The Mysteries. Jill has worked with The Broadway League, New York City Center, and ART/NY.
She was a member of NYFA’s Emerging Arts Leaders program and has taught/lectured for the Commercial Theatre Institute, ESPA, Kenyon College, and others. Jill received her B.A.f from Johns Hopkins University.
If you are a theater maker looking to learn insider tips, tricks and stories from industry professionals, our Master Class series is the perfect resource.
Each month, We release a new Master class taught by our TheatersMakers Studio Faculty members. These Master classes include a 1-hour video course, a group coaching call with the faculty member that month, and a featured article in our monthly newsletter…all available for free for members of the TheaterMakers Studio.
We also offer each Master Class video course as a separate one-time product for non-members, which are available here.