Jade Halley Bartlett

Jade Halley Bartlett

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Jade Halley Bartlett is known for Miller's Girl (2024). She is an upcoming American writer and playwright. She gained widespread recognition in 2020 when her original play, “What the Constitution Means to Me” was adapted into a film, which was directed by Marielle Heller and released on Amazon Prime. Bartlett was born and raised in New York City and has been actively writing since she was a teenager. Bartlett graduated from Brown University, where she majored in Gender and Sexuality Studies. She started writing plays during her time at Brown and continued to pursue her passion for writing after graduation. Bartlett has written several plays that have been produced in off-Broadway theaters across New York City. Her plays mainly focus on themes such as gender, sexuality, and politics. In 2019, Bartlett's play, "What the Constitution Means to Me," premiered on Broadway to critical acclaim. The play, which was a semi-autobiographical account of her experiences, examines the history of the US Constitution and explores how it has influenced her own life. Bartlett's play was praised for its clever writing and powerful themes, which struck a chord with audiences across the country. Bartlett's talent for writing has not gone unnoticed. She has received several awards and honors in recognition of her outstanding work. In 2017, Bartlett was a finalist for the prestigious Yale Drama Series Prize, and in 2019, she was awarded the prestigious OBIE Award for Playwriting. Bartlett is one of the most promising young writers in the US, and she is undoubtedly one to watch in the coming years.

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Geboorteplaats: New York City, New York, USA

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