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Jennifer Hubbard

Jennifer Hubbard is a professional theatre director, actor and teacher currently serving as a visiting professor at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. A former nominee for the Spencer Cherashore Fund Award for actors, Hubbard´s acting credits include the Hippodrome Theatre production of Paula Vogel´s Pulitzer Prize-winning How I Learned to Drive (Shammy Award for Outstanding Performance of the Year); The Adding Machine, directed by Anne Bogart for the Modern Masters Festival; Reverse Transcription, written and directed by Tony Kushner; Waterbabies by Adam LeFevre, directed by Simon Ha; Jane Anderson´s The Last Time We Saw Her, directed by Frazier Marsh and John Glore´s What She Found There, directed by Jon Jory. Hubbard has also appeared in productions of A Christmas Carol, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

A former nominee for the Theatre Communications Group Alan Schneider Award for Directing, Hubbard founded Theatre for Public Works to create River of Life, a public theatre event in response to the human experience of September 11, 2001, and subsequently conceived and directed O Columbia, honoring the space shuttle crewmembers who lost their lives on February 1, 2003.