Jeunée Simon (AEA)
"In each of her roles, Simon wounds and is wounded with equal mastery. She hisses in silliness, unmasks in shame, apes in playfulness, gnaws on her own skirt in thwarted lust, shrugs off in insouciance, tenses in jealousy, as a predator sniffing out prey and readying to lunge. She surrenders her every tool as an actor to the thrall of the present impulse. Each moment for her is a moment of becoming."
IN THE PRESS
LILY JANIAK, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
SAM HURWITT, THE MERCURY NEWS
BARRY DAVID HORWITZ, THEATRIUS
Jeunée Simon has worked with Central Works Theater Company, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, American Conservatory Conservatory Theater Company, TheatreFIRST and more amazing theaters in the San Francisco Bay Area. Simon is a proud recipient of the 2017 RHE Artistic Fellowship. She is a believer the collaborative nature of original plays and has been honored to be part of the new and emerging work being developed in the Bay Area. Jeunée is a graduate of Stanford University's drama program. Her family hails from Guyana and immigrated to the US when she was 4 years old.
Intimate Apparel / Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
Performing in Lorraine Hansberry Theatre's production of "Intimate Apparel". Written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Jan Hunter.
For any booking inquiries, please contact Jeunée at:
Tel: 732.754.6272 |