Special Jury Prize, Frank Moffett Mosier Fellowship for 2021
Lennart Nielsen for AGAIN, THE SPELL
Special Jury Prize, 2021 Frank Moffett Mosier Fellowship for Works in Heightened Language, for Again, the Spell. Zoom reading in July of 2022.
About Lennart Nielsen
LENNART NIELSEN is a German-American writer and actor. His current projects include the play Again, the Spell, a farcical, time-traveling love story set in an ancient forest, (winner of the Special Jury Prize, FMM Fellowship for Works in Heightened Language 2021 from Synecdoche Works), and a forthcoming novel.
He is a graduate of Northwestern University, where he completed the Playwriting Module and the Creative Writing Program, developed immersive New Work experiences as Directing Chair of Sit and Spin Productions, an on-campus experimental theatre company, and participated in the Agnes Nixon Playwriting Festival. He has twice won the Jean Meyer Aloe Prize from the American Academy of Poets for his poetry.
Recent acting credits include The Gilded Age (HBO).
Lennart is based in Brooklyn, NY.
About Again, the Spell
A farcical, time-traveling story set in an ancient forest, Again, the Spell uses mistaken identity, lovers at cross-purposes, and faith that inter-human communication is sometimes possible to tell an optimistic tale about personal identity, conviction, and love.