Program Faculty

Jennifer Slattery

Jennifer Slattery
Jenny Slattery has worked extensively on Broadway and for regional theatre, dance, and event companies with writers and directors such as Julie Taymor, Franco Dragone, Susan Stroman, Woody Allen, Doug Hughes, Des McAnuff, Christopher Ashley, Darko Tresnjak, and Roger Rees. 
On Broadway Jenny was a stage manager for the world premier productions of Bullets Over Broadway, Cry-Baby, and Spiderman Turn Off the Dark (written by U2’s Bono and The Edge). Additional Broadway credits include the 2009 revival of Guys and Dolls starring Lauren Graham and Oliver Platt, Oleanna starring Julia Stiles and Bill Pullman, The Real Thing starring Ewan McGregor, and the 2008 revival of Grease. At the Guggenheim Museum Jenny was the stage manager for the performance/installation NY.2022 created by Dominique Gonzales-Foerster and Ari Benjamin Meyers, and for Shir Ha-Shirim, a collaboration between composer John Zorn and the Khmer Arts Ensemble.  She has also worked with the Radio City Rockettes, SoHo Rep Theatre, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, The Civilians, Culture Clash, Rude Mechs, the Asia Society of New York, and on various corporate events across the country. 

As an educator Jenny is deeply invested in helping early career stage managers discover and develop their own personal style as artistic leaders and collaborators. From 2014-2016 she was the Associate Director of the Theatre Program at Fordham University, and has also taught at SUNY Stonybrook, the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of California, San Diego.  She was a guest artist at the University of Southern Indiana, and has been invited to speak at Princeton University, Susquehanna University, New Haven University, the Broadway Stage Management Symposium, and BroadwayCon. Jenny is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, and has an MFA in Stage Management from the University of California, San Diego, an MA in Theatre History/Criticism from the University of Texas at Austin, and a BA in History from the University of Florida.