Jennifer Rohn has appeared in theatre productions on and off Broadway, in the United States and Europe, and in films and television, collaborating extensively with the renowned director Robert Wilson.
As an actor, Rohn recently received an Elliot Norton Award for outstanding actress in the play Dark Room
and was nominated for her work in The Sound Inside. She has worked for director Robert Wilson in such monumental theatre pieces as The Civil Wars, Salome, and Hamletmachine and with Anne Bogart in Another Person Is a Foreign Country and Spring Awakening. She has appeared on Broadway in The Crucible and The Kentucky Cycle, and off-Broadway in numerous productions at The Public Theater, BAM, and En Garde Arts, among other venues. She has worked widely in regional theaters across the United States and in Europe and has appeared in television and films. She has taught a range of acting approaches including Meisner, Stanislavski, Grotowski-based training, and Viewpoints at Boston Conservatory, St. Michael’s College, the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, the Mint Theater Company, and elsewhere. BFA, New York University. Rohn has taught at Bennington since 2004.