Jamal Howard is directing 'Mr. Pink" by Rick Kinnebrew "I am thrilled to back and participating in Artemisia's Fall Festival 2016! Feminist art and theatre is extremely important to produce and support. I'm proud to join Artemisia in their quest for new plays that challenge the ways we see women in today's society."
Arti Ishak is playing Naima in 'Converting to Bangladesh'. "I am thrilled to work with Artemisia, a theatre that promotes women's voices by producing new work. This year's Fall Festival audience will experience great stories about diverse perspectives." Come See her September 19 at 2pm
About the actress from 'Converting to Bangladesh'. Emily Berman graduated from the University of Michigan and her recent Chicago credits include Sense and Sensibility at Chicago Shakespeare, Sondheim on Sondheim at Porchlight Theatre and Days Like Today at Writers Theatre. "I'm excited to return to Artemisia for my second Fall Festival to celebrate and explore new female-centric plays!"
Jenifer Gawlik graduated from Loyola University in Chicago where she received a B.A. in theatre. She headed to the Big Apple where she has appeared with Resonance Ensemble, and Oberon Theatre Company, among others. Jennifer has worked with the prestigious Hartford Stage and the Williamstown Theatre Festival. In 2013, Jennifer returned to Chicago, where she continues to pursue her acting career with Artemisia Theatre in her role of Marcy in Bohemians!