Jennifer Tuttle | Statera National Conference Co-Chair


About Jennifer (She/Her/Hers)

Jennifer Tuttle is a theatre artist and educator. As a director, her recent projects include: an original devised work called Immigration Stories for Culture Project’s Women Center Stage, An Incident at Peniel, a new play by Daniel Beller at Alchemical Theatre Lab for Crossways Theatre, a bilingual version of Much Ado About Nothing called Much Ado Para Nada at Shakespeare in Detroit, and Macbeth at the City College of New York. Jennifer is also a member of Name of Bird Theatre Company, a Michael Chekhov-based acting ensemble in New York City, and played the role of Lennox in their recent production of Macbeth.

Jennifer is an assistant professor at the City College of New York (CCNY) where she teaches all levels of Acting, Directing, and Voice. She received her MFA in Theatre/Acting from the Hilberry Theatre at Wayne State University, and her Certification as a Teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique from the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium, where she is an Associate Teacher. Jennifer has been a professional actor and director for over 20 years and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.

Jennifer lives in Queens, NY with her husband, Ryan, and their son, Noah.