This year Jonathan’s plays have been featured at Ars Nova, The Atlantic 2nd Stage and Partial Comfort Productions. He is in the Lila Acheson Wallace Playwriting Program at The Juilliard School and is a recipient of the Compte du Nouy prize from Lincoln Center. His play Let Me Go was a finalist for the Kennedy Center, and was most recently read at Ars Nova, directed by Thomas Kail, featuring Swoosie Kurtz. His play Friends in Transient Places, will premiere as part of The Julliard School’s Playwright’s Festival this Fall, directed by Evan Cabnet. It will also be featured at Ars Nova’s ANT FEST 2010, directed by Kerry Wigham. His play Three was featured during the Potomac Theater Project’s Late Night Reading Series, directed by Kate Pines. Jonathan's drama Catch the Fish, based on a Vanity Fair Article by Nancy Jo-Sales, won Most Outstanding Play of 2007 in the NY Fringe Festival and was directed by Kristin Hanggi (Rock of Ages). It has never been produced. He graduated from Vassar College in 2003 and was born in Los Angeles.