Shonni Enelow & Steve Reinke

Shonni Enelow writes theater and cultural criticism. She is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania. Her play Carla and Lewis, developed with The Ecocide Project, premiered at the Incubator Arts Project in New York in March, 2011. Her solo performance piece, My Dinner with Bernard Frechtman, premiered at The Invisible Dog art center in April, 2010, and was the keynote performance at the American Literary Translators Association conference; she is currently completing a companion piece, Otto Fenichel Presents. Other plays have been performed in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and at the Williamstown Theater Festival. Recent writing has appeared in T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She is currently the theater curator of Brooklyn’s Invisible Dog Art Center, and a Visiting Artist in the Theater department at Carnegie Mellon University. BFA, NYU.

Steve Reinke is a writer and artist best known for his monologue-based videos. He has co-edited several anthologies, most recently The Sharpest Point: Animation at the End of Cinema (w/ Chris Gehman, YYZ Books) and the forthcoming Blast Counterblast (w/ Anthony Elms, Mercer Union). He has published two books EverybodyLoves Nothing (Coach House) and The Shimmering Beast (Coach House/Gallery 400/whitewalls). From Canada, he currently lives in Chicago and is associate professor of Art Theory & Practice at Northwestern.