Jeanne Dorsey adapted and directed the film version of her play Blood from a Stoner (EST 2009 Marathon), which screened at the Big Apple Film Festival in Tribeca, the Chain Film Festival, FilmColumbia in Chatham, New York and the 2014 Hoboken Film Festival.  Other plays include Away Towards Home (nominated for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize), Footprints in the Snow (semi-finalist for the 2009 O’Neill Playwrights Conference, finalist for the 2009 Summer Play Festival, nominated by EST for the 2010 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize); Blood Work (finalist for the 2008 Perishable Theatre Annual International Women’s Playwriting Festival); Baby Talk (Axial Theatre, Westchester, NY); The Soul Savers, The Longbottom Way (Apartment A Theatre in L.A.); Too Small to Drive (The Play Group); Compliments to Amanda (Gilgamesh Theatre, finalist – Heidemann Award); Stepping Out with Mr. Markham (New Georges); Out to Lunch with Vera and Vivian Vigilante, Gideon and Josephine (Westbank Café).  Published work includes:  her essay Motherhood, Adoption, Ambivalence included in No Kidding:  Women Writers on Bypassing Parenthood published in April 2013; monologues from Gideon and Josephine published by Heinemann Press and from Baby Talk published by Smith and Krauss.  She has received fellowships from Fundación Valparaíso, Ragdale, Santa Fe Art Institute, Ucross Foundation, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.  Jeanne is a graduate of Bennington College and Trinity Rep Conservatory and a member of EST.