Jennifer Faletto holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Texas Christian University and also trained at The Second City Conservatory in Chicago where she began writing and performing sketch comedy. Writing credits include Sexy/Awkward... and Glass of Pie. Jennifer performed on various Chicago stages for ten years before moving to Sydney, Australia where she attended the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) for two years. Writing Awards in Australia include: Crash Test Drama – Playwright Encouragement Award for The Girl Next Door ; Crash Test Drama - Winner for Pretty Bird; Short + Sweet Festival - 3rd Place for Pretty Bird. Jennifer has also served as a script assessor for the Short + Sweet festival for three years and is a member of SAG/AFTRA and an Equity Membership Candidate. After five years in Australia Jennifer returned to the US and is currently a working actor and contributing writer in the Boulder/Denver area.
One October morning Crystal Andersen’s classmates show up at school to discover that despite “that figure, that boyfriend, that car,” Crystal can no longer claim a spotless reputation. In large letters in the main bathroom Crystal’s peers read that she committed an unspeakable act with the Texas Flag. In a suburban town where the girls see themselves as the square footage of their houses, the occupations of their parents and most importantly as Texans, questions surrounding tribe and identity are brought into focus. And then, there’s Homecoming to consider. Who has a date, who doesn’t and who’s going to end up drunk and crying on the bathroom floor? Bathroom Hate examines the destructive nature of isolation.
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