Jenn Maley (they/them) is a Tony-Nominated producer, director, writer, and theatre maker. Jenn made their Broadway debut as a Producer on Indecent by Paula Vogel. Jenn is one of the youngest producers on Broadway, making their debut at 22.
Jenn’s current shows on Broadway include include Be More Chill and What the Constitution Means to Me. Jenn is a producer on Reunion which played at the Byron Theatre in Denver in the summer of 2018. As a Line Producer, Associate Producer, or Executive Producer, Jenn has had the pleasure of working with amazing artists and companies such as The Neon Coven, Prospect Theater, Company, Ars Nova, and Second Stage Theater.
As a director, Jenn has developed many new works in New York such as The Trombone Lesson (Winner of Manhattan Repertory Theater’s Play Contest), Goldilocks: The Drag Musical, and Luna Fest. Jenn assistant directed Tyne Rafaeli on Usual Girls at Roundabout Theatre Company.
Prior companies include Tony Award Productions, Google, Particle3, The Pekoe Group, and Alchemy Production Group.
Originally from Chicago, IL, Jenn found their love of theatre and musical theatre at a young age. They continued to develop their skills in the Theatre Arts and Performance Studies program at Brown University. Jenn loves their puppy and a good snack.