Rebecca Chace

Rebecca performed on stage for Seriously Entertaining’s return to Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater on February 8, 2022, speaking on the evening’s theme, “A Rose by Another Name.” Watch it below. Rebecca also performed at a SpeakTogether student matinee at Talent Unlimited High School in Manhattan on February 1, 2019, speaking on the theme “All the World’s a Stage.” She also led a Student Storytelling Workshop for SpeakTogether at Williamsburg High School of Art & Technology during the month of October 2019 titled “The Soundtrack of Your Life.”

Rebecca Chace is the author of Chautauqua Summer, a New York Times Notable Book, and the novel Capture the Flag, which was adapted into a short film. Chace co-wrote the screenplay (with director Lisanne Skyler) and acts in the film. Chace is also the author of several plays, has contributed to The New York Times Magazine and The New York Times Book Review, among other publications, and teaches at Bard College and the MFA Creative Writing Program at City College. Her most recent work is a middle-grade story entitled June Sparrow and the Million Dollar Penny. She lives in New York City.

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