Jennifer Rowland is a native San Franciscan who landed in Los Angeles by way of the East Coast. Her plays have been produced around town at Skylight Theater (THE LOST CHILD), Pacific Resident Theatre (THE INDIANS ARE COMING TO DINNER), Powerhouse Theater (THE CONTEST) as well as at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (THE CONTEST). She’s had workshop readings at Antaeus Theatre “Lab Results” Festival, (REGULAR JOES, directed by Jonathan Lynn, JAMAL ("DITMAS PARK"), directed by Michael John Garcés”), The Road Theater Summer Playwrights Festival, ( THE COLD INSIDE and ONE GOOD DEATH), and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, (THE COLD INSIDE- Andrew Carlberg, producer). Her plays have also been developed at Antaeus Theatre Company’s Playwrights Lab, Rogue Machine Theatre and Pacific Resident Theater. Jennifer is an alumnus of Harvard College and American Conservatory Theatre’s Young Conservatory in San Francisco. She has served on the board of Cornerstone Theater and is Chairperson of the board of Pasadena Opera. She is currently a member of the New Perspective Theatre Company’s Women's Work Short Play Lab in New York, where her new play, BRETT & ASHLEY will be produced later this year. Her most recent play JAMAL ("DITMAS PARK") has recently been named a semi-finalist in the Garry Marshall New Works Festival, 2020. During the COVID lockdown, she is turning her attention to radio plays and looks forward to the day when we can all return to our beloved theaters.