Jennifer Joy is a New York City-based writer, performer, comic and director, with a passion for science. Her current show, The Chaos Theory of Now, has played at Dixon Place and Theatre for the New City, and will soon be featured at The Tank. She was invited by NASA and the Library of Congress to perform at their Symposium on Astrobiology. Her previous solo show, The Physics of Love, a romantic comedy based on the scientific history of the universe, has toured all over the country to rave reviews. Her work also includes a podcast series, Where Science Meets Art, which currently takes its inspiration from evolution. She has had several commissions for science/art pieces, including for the Inter-Religious EcoJustice Network of Connecticut. For more on Jennifer, go to https://www.jenniferjoyonline.com/.
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