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Zoë Geltman is a born and bred New Yorker. She's also a performer and writer. Zoë has been praised by The New York Times for her "delicious comic" and "dazzling" performances and her name has been mentioned in other periodicals in parentheses (har har har). She recently brought her one-woman existential stand-up show, PUFFY HAIR, to the Vancouver Fringe Festival, after performances at New York’s The Tank, Big Art Group’s SFX Festival, and The PIT. Her play A(U)NTS! was a 2024 Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference semi-finalist and was workshopped with The Hearth in 2023. Her play Lolly, Lolly, Lolly was developed with the support of New Georges, and was also a National Playwrights Conference semi-finalist in 2020. Her other plays include This Dump Is A Dump (Bushwick Starr Reading Series) and SEA FRAUD (The Brick). She has developed/produced her work at The Bushwick Starr, The Brick, Little Theater, Catch, Dixon Place, North American Cultural Laboratory, and many more. She is a New Georges affiliated artist and a 2026 Brooklyn College Playwriting MFA candidate.

Performing credits include Remember This Trick (Target Margin), Spindle Shuttle Needle (Clubbed Thumb), The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb), PIONEERS #goforth (JACK), Evelyn (The Bushwick Starr), and Kara and Emma and Barbara and Miranda (The Playwrights’ Center). She is a frequent collaborator of Ariel Stess and Julia May Jonas and is looking forward to performing in Jonas’ A Woman Among Women, the inaugural show at the new Bushwick Starr in Fall 2024. She is honored to have performed/developed work at Playwrights Horizons, The Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis, Ensemble Studio Theater, Bard Fisher Center, Japan Society, and New Dramatists, among many others. She also acts, puppeteers, and sings in collaborations by writer Megan Murtha and artist Mark Fox. She is a member of The Mercury Store acting company.

 

Click here to see Zoë's resume.

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