logan gabrielle schulman (they/them) is a multidiscplinary performance and social-practice artist: director, writer, designer, dramaturg, performer, and educator. in the theatre, they are most passionate about devised work, progressive new works development, puppetry, and social and ecological justice. their original works investigate modern crises of faith, queer and trans life in america (in contrast with toxic american masculinities) using immersive performance and rituals rooted in grief practice and spacemaking for mourning together in public.

logan is an educator at the guggenheim museum, a producing director with flying leap productions, a company puppeteer in central park’s swedish cottage marionette theatre company, and head of arts at asphalt green in battery park city.

logan was prevously a resident artist in the inaugural cohort of the social-practice insitute of the greensboro contemporary jewish museum, a resident artist at the chautauqua institution, the teaching artist in residence at the philadelphia museum of art, a fellow in lincoln center’s director’s lab west and director’s lab north, a fellow of the k’ilu lab in chicago, and an alumna of the drama league directing fellowship. 

as a cultural educator, logan’s focus lies in Judeo-American diasporic studies, Holocaust histories, and socially engaged art practice. logan is the teaching artist in residence at rodeph shalom, specializing in memorials and monuments. they served as an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded adjunct theater faculty at New College of Florida prior to FL Gov. Ron DeSantis' hostile takeover of the school.

Recently directed works include: The Collective Womb (601 Artspace and El Jardin del Paraiso), Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du soldat (Sarasota Orchestra), Sontag’s A Parsifal (Hangar Theatre), DINNER (The Brick), Ionesco’s The Chairs (People’s Forum), Sunday in Sodom (Drama League), Let Light Like Blood (East Village Basement), and A Children’s Ceremony (Flying Leap).  Their written dramatic work has been honored with a place on the 2020 Kilroys List, and is currently under commission by the Walnut Street Theatre and The Neighborhood: An Urban Center for Jewish Life. Their dramatic works are held in the permanent collections of the Harry Ransom Center at UT Austin, the Brizdle-Schoenberg Special Collections Library at Ringling College of Art and Design, and Elsewhere Museum. their work has been supported by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Florida Council for the Humanities, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the New College Foundation, and essentially, through tireless crowdfunding and the generosity of loved ones, friends, and patrons. 

schulman received their training from the stella adler studio of acting in new york, ny, the headlong performance institute in philadelphia, pa, and holds a ba with honors in religion and performance from the new college of florida in sarasota, fl. 


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