Western Michigan University- 2008-2009, creative writing. Transferred.
University of Michigan- 2009-2012, Bachelor of Theatre Arts. Highest honors
Aislinn Frantz is an early career dramaturg currently working as the literary assistant at Bret Adams Artists' Agency. This position came hot on the heels of her stint as the literary intern at Manhattan Theatre Club. Prior to her time in New York, she was the script coordinator at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center for two summers. Aislinn has also worked with Portland Stage (Portland, ME); TheatreWorks Silicon Valley; University of Michigan University Productions; and FestiFools, the annual parade of giant puppets in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Some of her dramaturgical highlights include dramaturging the world premiere of John Cariani's play LOVE/SICK and her two summers at the O'Neill, where she worked on plays by Quiara Alegría Hudes, Idris Goodwin, and Laura Jacqmin. Aislinn is also a playwright and a proud graduate of the University of Michigan's Bachelor of Theatre Arts program.
New play dramaturgy, agenting, puppet dramaturgy, playwriting, research, submissions.
Literary Representative, All the Roads Home by Jen Silverman, The O'Neill
Assistant Director/Dramaturg, LOVE/SICK by John Cariani, world premiere. Portland Stage Company.
Resarcher, Seven Dwarfs, puppetry piece by Jean Marie Keevins.
Assistant Director/Dramaturg, A Christmas Carol, Portland Stage Company
Literary Representative, Two Lakes, Two Rivers by Laura Jacqmin, Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center